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Frame By Frame Viewer by AnimatorRawGreen Frame By Frame Viewer by AnimatorRawGreen
It's finally here for you to use!

Specs:
Flash8+
AS2.0

User Instructions:
Copy the Button from the file into it's own layer off to the side of your project where it wont be visible.

It only works as long as it's existing in a frame in the time-line.
Therefore if you don't want the scripts active in the first frame for your preloader, don't have it in the first or so frame.

Viewer Instructions:
Left Arrow key = Pause + Previous frame
Right Arrow key = Pause + Next frame
Enter/ Return key = Continue

The Purpose:
If you're an aspiring animator or just a lazy newbie, this tool will do one of two things....or maybe even both!

1) Help you receive Critique for your future animations
2) Help New or Aspiring Animators learn your techniques to help the animator world grow a little bit more!

Anything Else?

Oh yes, don't give me credit for the button
I may have made it myself from scratch but the only hard part was drawing the little dot :)

Enjoooy!~
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:icongmr101:
GMR101 Featured By Owner Jan 17, 2013  Student Filmographer
I like this.
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:iconanimatorrawgreen:
AnimatorRawGreen Featured By Owner Jan 22, 2013  Student Filmographer
It likes you too.
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:iconacbeaam:
ACBeaam Featured By Owner Aug 29, 2012
Handy! thanks
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:iconscorpafied:
scorpafied Featured By Owner Oct 1, 2011
you could very easily make an as3 version of this.
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:iconanimatorrawgreen:
AnimatorRawGreen Featured By Owner Oct 1, 2011  Student Filmographer
And? I don't own a Flash version compatible with as3 :(
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:iconscorpafied:
scorpafied Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2011
you don't?

you must still have the incredibly old versions of flash.
because as3 has been around for a while now. it was introduced when adobe bought the program, so anything after flash 8.
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AnimatorRawGreen Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2011  Student Filmographer
I use Flash8, it was free from a friend so :iconim-happy-plz:

And, I still don't agree with some of the changes that Adobe made, the change of the brush sizes is annoying.
They did an awesome job with CS3, but after looking at CS4 and CS5 they look like downgrades even if they did try to touch up the features.
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scorpafied Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2011
i agree ith what you said about cs4 and cs5. i like the layout of the program i had the help and actions menu above the timeline. this was a great layout for anyone who was programming.

it mean't i could see a little bit of the time line, nothing of the stage and all of the actions/help menu.but in cs5 its all screwed up. there's all this hidden menus, i struggle to find the tools i wish to use, and i can't see barely any of my actions menu. and if i simply try to move it else where it just makes everything look alot worse.

i hate that cs5 with a passion. the only good part is they allow you to use Air 2 and adobe flash player 10. but that isn't enough to keep me using it. so i stick with cs3 most of the time.
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:iconwulfae:
wulfae Featured By Owner Sep 29, 2011
That's pretty cool!
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:iconanimatorrawgreen:
AnimatorRawGreen Featured By Owner Sep 29, 2011  Student Filmographer
glad you like it.
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