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Author: John Sebastian | Website: http://www.flashanimtricks.com/

Create A Flash Banner With Loop Effect

Making loop effect is not difficult any more and you don't have to have any flash experience to make it. We'll show you how to do so in this tutorial.

Here is the result:

Software:IncrediFlash XTreme 4.0
Time:Less than 15 minutes
Skill:Beginner

Steps:

1. Run IncrediFlash Xtreme 4.0

2. Under Startup window choose Blank project and set the dimension to 640 x 115 pixels.



3. By default scene 1 is already opened. Set its backgound to black color.

4. Insert to scene img01.jpg, img02.jpg, img03.jpg, img04.jpg, img05.jpg. Adjust them respectively as shown below (from left to right, top to bottom)

5. Insert bottom.png and top.png into the scene as shown below.

6. Insert a circle object into scene1 and arrange its position as shown below



Under Component property window set the circle color as Linear Gradient as shown below







Clcik on Appearances tab window and add Glow filter to the circle object as shown below

7. Insert 2 circle objects over the circle object you have made on step 6 one above the other as shown below





Click on the first circle obejct and under Component property window, set the parameters under Effect property window as shown below



Click on the other circle object and uncer Component property window, set the parameters under Effect property window as shown below


8. Insert a circle object with aproximate size as shown below



Set the Component property of the object as shown below:



Set the Effect property to Loop > Across Stage-Other > Float to Right and Return

9. Insert a circle object with aproximate size as shown below



Set the Component property of the object as shown below:



Set the Effect property to Loop > Across Stage-Other > Float to Right and Return

10. Insert a circle object with aproximate size as shown below



Set the Component property of the object as shown below:



Set the Effect property to Loop > Across Stage-Roll > Go Down and Return

11. Insert a circle object with aproximate size as shown below



Set the Component property of the object as shown below:



Set the Effect property to Loop > Flip > Flip and Turn Horizontal Clockwise

12. Insert a circle object with aproximate size as shown below



Set the Component property of the object as shown below:



Set the Effect property to Loop > Acrosss Stage-Other > Float to Right and Return

Congratulation!. You have just made a banner with loop effect.

Here is the result:

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Added: 2011-04-12
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