ActionScript and Multimedia in Flash CS5

This course targets a range of in-training or established IT professionals needing to learn how to use Flash without any prior experience with the product. Learners are expected to have basic computing and word-processing skills, familiarity with web terminology and Internet navigation, and experience working in a Microsoft Windows or Apple Macintosh environment.


Expected Duration
120 minutes

ActionScript, a scripting language used to manipulate Flash movies, is at the heart of creating interactivity in your movies. Gaining a grasp of ActionScript is essential if you want to produce highly interactive user experiences. This, coupled with an ability to integrate sound and video into Flash, will give your movies an interactive edge! This course provides an introduction to using ActionScript 3.0 in Flash CS5. It also explains and demonstrates how to incorporate sound and video into your movies.


ActionScript in Flash CS5

  • recognize the syntax rules in ActionScript 3.0
  • distinguish between objects, classes, methods, and properties
  • recognize how to use the Actions panel in Flash CS5
  • recognize how to use common ActionScript actions in Flash CS5
  • recognize how to use mouse event handlers in Flash CS5
  • recognize how to use conditional statements in Flash CS5
  • Multimedia in Flash CS5

  • add sound in Flash CS5
  • recognize how to manipulate sound in Flash CS5
  • recognize how to publish a document containing sound in Flash CS5
  • recognize how to import and embed a video in Flash CS5
  • recognize how to play an external video in Flash CS5




    Multi-license discounts available for Annual and Monthly subscriptions.