Classic vs Motion Tweens in Animate Animation
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Classic vs Motion Tweens in Animate Animation

Learn about the differences between classic tweens and motion tweens in Adobe Animate for creating animations. Understand how classic tweens offer some control over animation that motion tweens do not, despite being more complicated to create.

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Questions and Answers

Which type of tweening provides maximum control over tweened animation?

Classic tweens

What do classic tweens convert text objects to?

Graphic symbols

Which type of tweening uses frame scripts?

Classic tweens

What does motion tweening use to apply eases?

<p>Custom ease curve</p> Signup and view all the answers

Which type of tweening consists of groups of individually selectable frames in the timeline?

<p>Classic tweens</p> Signup and view all the answers

What is a characteristic of motion tweens?

<p>Stretches and resizes the tween as a single object</p> Signup and view all the answers

What type of animation can apply multiple color effects, such as tint and alpha transparency?

<p>Classic tweening</p> Signup and view all the answers

In Animate, where can you access pre-configured ease presets for Classic tweens?

<p>In the layer properties panel</p> Signup and view all the answers

What specifies ease settings for the rotation of an animated object on stage in Classic tweens?

<p>Rotation</p> Signup and view all the answers

Which type of tweening allows the swapping of symbols or sets the frame number of a graphic symbol to display in a property keyframe?

<p>Classic tweening</p> Signup and view all the answers

Where do you create keyframes in artwork where something changes in Animate?

<p>At significant points where something changes</p> Signup and view all the answers

What are ease presets in Animate?

<p>Pre-configured easing options for tweens</p> Signup and view all the answers

Which type of tweening is capable of animating 3D objects?

<p>Motion tweening</p> Signup and view all the answers

'Ease presets' can be applied to which properties separately in Classic tweens?

<p>'Position', 'rotation', 'scale', 'color', and 'filter' properties</p> Signup and view all the answers

What do classic tweens use to define changes in an animation?

<p>Keyframes at significant points</p> Signup and view all the answers

What do Animate documents save in each keyframe for classic tweens?

<p>Shapes only</p> Signup and view all the answers

What is the purpose of keyframes in a classic tween animation?

<p>To define changes in the animation and create interpolated frames</p> Signup and view all the answers

What can be achieved by applying ease presets to a classic tween animation?

<p>Applying pre-configured eases to the selected properties</p> Signup and view all the answers

In Animate, what is the purpose of property-wise easing in classic tweens?

<p>To select unique ease presets for position, rotation, scale, color, and filter properties</p> Signup and view all the answers

What is the purpose of applying different easing presets for each property in a classic tween?

<p>Applying ease presets property-wise</p> Signup and view all the answers

What does a tweened animation look like between keyframes?

<p>Light blue with an arrow drawn between keyframes</p> Signup and view all the answers

In Animate, when are keyframes created in a classic tween animation?

<p>At significant points where something changes in the artwork</p> Signup and view all the answers

What is the purpose of ease presets in Animate?

<p>To apply pre-configured eases to the selected properties</p> Signup and view all the answers

Match the following Adobe Animate filters with their effects:

<p>Drop Shadow = Simulates the blurring of a fast-moving object Blur = Creates contrast, highlight, and depth in animations Glow = Creates a blurring effect for motion Adjust Color = Helps adjust the color and brightness of objects</p> Signup and view all the answers

Match the following mobile app design principles with their descriptions:

<p>Minimize Cognitive Load = Refers to reducing clutter in design to improve comprehension Decluttering = Reduces the amount of brain power required to use the app Offload Tasks = Looks for alternatives to reduce user effort in design Break Tasks into Bite-sized Chunks = Divides complex tasks into subtasks for easier user interaction</p> Signup and view all the answers

Match the following techniques for using Adobe Animate filters with their descriptions:

<p>Combining Filters = Mixing and matching different effects and settings to create new visuals Optimizing Filters = Using filters sparingly and with lowest quality and strength settings possible Bitmap Caching = Improves rendering speed, especially for static or non-animated objects with filters applied Creating Motion Blur = Simulating blurring of fast-moving objects using filters</p> Signup and view all the answers

Match the following ease presets with their corresponding properties in Classic tweens:

<p>Position = Specifies ease settings for the position of an animated object on stage Rotation = Specifies ease settings for the rotation of an animated object on stage Scale = Specifies ease settings for the scale of an animated object on stage Color = Specifies ease settings for the color transitions applied to an animated object on stage</p> Signup and view all the answers

Match the following motion guide techniques with their descriptions:

<p>Variable Stroke Width = Animating an object based on the variable thickness of the stroke of the guide path Stroke Color = Tweening an object along the path by changing the color of the object based on the color of the guide path itself</p> Signup and view all the answers

Match the following usage techniques with their application in Adobe Animate:

<p>Filters = Creating special effects by using filters in Adobe Animate Ease Presets = Applying pre-configured eases to an object on the stage in Adobe Animate</p> Signup and view all the answers

Study Notes

Tweening Types

  • Frame-by-Frame Tweening provides maximum control over tweened animation.
  • Classic Tweens convert text objects to ** Vector Shapes**.
  • Frame Script Tweening uses frame scripts.
  • Motion Tweening uses Eases to apply eases.
  • Frame-by-Frame Tweening consists of groups of individually selectable frames in the timeline.

Motion Tween Characteristics

  • Motion tweens have no fixed amount of time between keyframes.
  • They use Eases to control animation.

Classic Tween Features

  • Can apply multiple color effects, such as Tint and Alpha Transparency.
  • Ease presets for Classic Tweens can be accessed in the Eases panel.
  • Ease settings for rotation of an animated object are specified in the Rotate property.
  • Allows swapping of symbols or setting the frame number of a graphic symbol to display in a property keyframe.

Keyframe Creation

  • Keyframes are created in the timeline where something changes in the artwork.
  • Keyframes save the state of the animation at a specific point in time.

Ease Presets

  • Ease presets are pre-configured settings for Eases in Classic Tweens.
  • Can be applied separately to different properties (e.g., position, scale, rotation).
  • Allow for precise control over animation easing.

Classic Tween Purpose

  • Keyframes define changes in the animation.
  • Ease presets can be applied to achieve a specific animation style or effect.
  • Property-wise easing allows for separate easing control over different properties.

Adobe Animate Features

  • Motion Tweening is capable of animating 3D Objects.
  • Frame-by-Frame Tweening provides maximum control over tweened animation.

Filters and Effects

  • Adobe Animate Filters can be matched with their effects (e.g., Drop Shadow, Glow, Bevel).
  • Mobile App Design Principles can be matched with their descriptions (e.g., Simple Navigation, Visual Hierarchy).
  • Techniques for Using Adobe Animate Filters can be matched with their descriptions (e.g., Layer Blending, Filter Chaining).
  • Ease Presets can be matched with their corresponding properties in Classic Tweens (e.g., Bounce, Elastic, Spring).
  • Motion Guide Techniques can be matched with their descriptions (e.g., Parallel Motion, Orient to Path).
  • Usage Techniques can be matched with their application in Adobe Animate (e.g., Rapid Prototyping, Interactive Design).

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