I'm very new to Animate, so I'm sure I'm missing something fundamental here. But I did a tutorial where we reversed the frames to keep the motion repeating. So I know it's possible to do this somehow.
I've created my first animation on my own. I'm using Motion Tween to move a lot of things. And I want to add a reversed copy of the frames to the end.
But for some reason the "Reverse Frames" option is grayed out from the menu:
What do I have to do to be able to reverse my frames?
It's grayed out because you select multiple layers, I think
try layer one by one
or if you have lots of layers :
Convert your whole animation to graphic symbol. Then right click (or "Modify> timeline")> "convert in animation frame by frame" (not sure of the exact term, I 've got the french version), and after that you can invert all the frames.
I only have one layer. Here's a screenshot where I have selected the frames and right-clicked:
"convert to frame by frame animation" (on the top of the menu on your sreenshot), then "reverse frames" should be ungrayed
Thanks! It worked 😃