This movie demonstrates how the frames of a Flash movie can be animated frame-by-frame with keyboard keys, or automatically with the mouse, or the spacebar.
File Format: Adobe Director 11.5
This movie demonstrates how to load external resources from a URI. The external resources are pictures, in this example, but any valid Internet file, a Director Movie, or even an FTP server address is valid. You will need to run this movie in a browser to see the loaded resources, as they are stored in the local browser cache. Once they are stored they will load immediately.
This movie demonstrates the use of various _key messages and properties to handle keyboard events in Adobe Director Movies. All code in this movie makes use of modern DOM syntax, and various techniques for handling keyboard input are described.
This movie animates a hot air balloon graphic across the screen using keyframes only. It is provided as a basic example for beginners who want to have a sample sprite in a movie to experiment with.
This movie demonstrates the use of procedural animation to move sprites on the screen. It also incorporates a simple state machine that automatically switches animation choreography based on sprite properties, such as the sprite's vertical or horizontal location on the screen.