CCSF Free Flash Web Multimedia Class | Downtown SF
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City College of San Francisco (Downtown Campus) | 4th & Mission Street, San Francisco, CA
The top 10 Facebook games use the Flash player, as do most of the top video sites. Learn to create web-friendly multimedia Flash animations that includes text, animations, audio, and video that can be included in websites and web-based materials.
WHEN: This 15 hour class meets once a week for 5 weeks on Saturday mornings. Class meets at 9–11:30 am.
Saturdays | 9–11:30 am
August 17 – September 21, 2013
Subject Code: COMP
Course Code: 9956
WHAT: Flash is the industry’s most advanced authoring environment for creating interactive websites, digital experiences, and mobile content. With Flash, you can design and author interactive content rich with video, graphics, and animation for truly unique, engaging websites, presentations or mobile content.
This introductory class takes you through basic Flash from the ground up. Students will become familiar with the Flash Single frame of multi-frame animation interface, learn how to use the drawing and text tools, work in the various Flash object modes, work with graphics, layers and symbols, import sound and images and finally learn how to create animations. Students will also learn how to publish their Flash movie to the web and have access to online videos and tutorials, so that they can go deeper into specific topic areas.
IS FLASH STILL RELEVANT? Adobe states that the top 10 Facebook games use the Flash Player and that most of the top video sites on the web use the Flash Player. They also state that the Flash Player is installed on 1.3 billion connected PCs.