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Flash Pro CC 2014 (v is now available for download via the Creative Cloud App.


We have included back Object Level Undo, a revamped Motion Editor, Projector Export along with several other entirely new features like Variable Width Strokes and Tweening, SVG Export, Publishing for WebGL, Kuler Panel, HTML5 based Extensions etc. with this release of Flash Pro.


Complete list of New features in Flash Pro CC 2014 is available at these links:

Overview:         https://www.adobe.com/in/products/flash.html

Whats new:      https://helpx.adobe.com/flash/using/whats-new.html

Release Noteshttps://helpx.adobe.com/flash/release-note/flash-professional-cc-2014.html

Videos:           https://helpx.adobe.com/in/flash.html





Custom easing in Flash CC

Custom Easing | Motion Tween | Flash Pro CC


Motion Editor has been one of the most missed features in Flash Pro CC, as indicated by a lot users. After its deprecation from the authoring tool, the level of Continue reading

Motion Interaction Panel (Flash CC)

About this panel

The Motion Interaction panel is like a workaround/substitute for the deprecated Motion Editor in Flash CC. Using this panel, various aspects of a Motion tween (especially property wise custom – easing) can be controlled through a graphical interface. The panel is aimed at improving the existing workflows of controlling animation and getting the desired results quickly and easily.

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Flash CC – CS6 Compatibility | Symbol Corruption

Update: New version is now available for download. [Feb 03, 2014]
What is the Symbol Corruption issue in Flash?

If you work on Flash CC as well as previous versions of Flash, you may encounter a strange symbol corruption issue occasionally. You might have noticed some blank or corrupt symbols on Stage, or duplicate entries of symbols in the library sometimes (with an encoding like – &#060 etc). All of this happen due to incompatible symbol names in your library and can be avoided easily.

The reason behind it: Continue reading