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So I'm making a flash animation with 2d sprites and backgrounds for them to walk through. There is going to be 5 different fights going on and I wanted to view each fight seperately. I wanted to zoom in somehow .If one wanted to make the entire frame zoom in to view some characters up close how would one do this? I can resize layer 1 which is the background but then I have to also resize the characters themselves. Is this the only way to do it?

 

 

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a question about adobe animate

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So I'm making a flash animation with 2d sprites and backgrounds for them to walk through. There is going to be 5 different fights going on and I wanted to view each fight seperately. I wanted to zoom in somehow .If one wanted to make the entire frame zoom in to view some characters up close how would one do this? I can resize layer 1 which is the background but then I have to also resize the characters themselves. Is this the only way to do it?

 

 

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1. You can use the camera. (There are many reports that it can be buggy.)

2. Or, even better, nest all your stuff inside a container (Graphic Symbol) and use it as a camera.

 

Here is a downloadable example how 2. can be achieved:  http://flash-powertools.com/edapt-movie-template-free-download/

 

- Nick: Character designer and animator, Flash user since 1998
Member of Flanimate Power Tools team - extensions for character animation

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