read the help section on adding an animation to your web page. Tutorials and More Help Topics. You can view examples created with KoolMoves by going to. KoolMoves and KoolShow, Html5 animation software, combine ease-of-use with powerful effects for creating high quality Html5, GIF, AVI, MP4, and SWF. Your Kool Moves movie can be placed on a web page within a layer with the background set to transparent allowing your HTML page background color, text.
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Kool Clip-Art Tutorials
Fixed problem with trying to move the curve point of a quadratic motion path whose x or y position is the same at both ends. Brought list of shortcut keys in help up-to-date. Fixed incorrect spelling of textAlign in Html5 export. Fixed possible duplicates in File to Upload and preloader manifest for Html5 export. Fixed a problem in setting the minimum Flash version required for buttons with image states to compensate for a possible Flash player bug. Fixed play directory problem when adding a slideshow image to a previously saved animation.
Gdiplus rendering of Html5 text may pose a problem for some users. Added link to a SurveyMonkey questionnaire so we can better understand our customers. For example, if you shoot a video of a person against a blue screen background, you can make that person seem to float over a web page.
Fixed a possible crash problem after cancelling a slide show slide property window.
Added additional image formats for tracing capability, a Survey Monkey request. Added message popup if exporting as Flash 8, local playback security with value local with one or more http: Fixed motion script effect applied to an image after first loop in a looping movie in Html5 export. Fixed problem with field width being too koolmovee for class name and base class name in symbol library. The clipart can be edited using the extensive drawing tools available in KoolMoves and KoolShow.
It is indicated on the Timeline with a horizontal line connecting the first occurrence to last. Fixed several software update problems.
Added Slant and Perspective transforms. KoolShow is a version of KoolMoves that lacks Flash export. Improved naming of objects if there is a name duplication. Updated CreateJS library files with the latest versions.
KoolMoves and KoolShow Html5 animation software
Fixed Cursor Write On motion script to reduce cpu load. Fixed some problems with Configure Wizard.
Added a dialog, listing necessary files for the server on Html5 export. In the swf export screen, added a display of files that need to reside on the server. Increased swf export buffer, used in compressing wav and jpg elements of swf, to 2 Mb.
The tutorial above may involve the use of some actionscript, html, and the like, but are not necessarily intended to teach them. These tutorials are intended to familiarize new users to the Kool Moves interface and contain simplified examples of how to perform specific tasks in Kool Moves as they would relate to the use of materials from this site.
Fixed problem when applying a Flash 10 filter to buttons. Fixed problem with KoolMoves opening briefly and then minimizing. KoolMoves automatically morphs drawings in between each of your drawings to create smooth animated motion between the characters.
Fixed problem with adding a Html5 motion script in the timeline for Html5 gui mode. Turned off automatic morphing between scenes a fix in 8.
Support for KoolMoves Html5 animation software
Added a warning message when a stop movie action is within 6 tweens of the start of the movie for Html5 export. Fixed Swf File Statistics to display sizes in terms of the compressed file rather than uncompressed file.
Html5 and SWF thtorial are compatible with responsive web design.
Fixed a minor issue for Jssor slideshow. Extended import flv functionality to other video formats mp4, m4v, mov, 3gp. Improved import of eps and emf files by importing bitmap data. This change will result in the on-stage text more closely resembling the text viewed in the web browser provided the user has the font specified in the Html. Problem was introduced several versions ago.
Suggested examples contained within these tutorials may not necessarily be the “best” way to accomplish a task, but they do accomplish the job at hand.