Hi everyone !! I´ve been using Adobe Animate to create some courses about mechanical engineering with lots of images and animations that work with flash. This courses are uploaded to a Moodle template so my students can access them. However, I know that by december 2020, some browsers will stop giving support to Adobe Flash Player, so the content animated in my courses will not be displayed for my students. The question is, how can I fix this? Is Adobe going to give some kind of program substitution to play the animation?
If your animations are interactive, you can export as HTML5 from within Adobe Animate, which will work on browsers long after Flash browser support has ended.
Here are a couple of tutorials and links to get you going with the conversion process:
If your animations are not interactive, then you might prefer just to export them in video format.