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Building Photo Galleries 14: Sorting the Images

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  • Type: Video Tutorial
  • Length: 16:12
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  • Size: 97 MB
  • Posted: 11/14/2009

This lesson is part of the following series:

Building Photo Gallery Flash - CS4 - XML (21 lessons, $47.52)

Once we put our images on stage, we need to sort the stacking order. In this video, you'll learn how.

In this video series, Flash guru Craig Campbell will teach you how to create a dynamic, 3D slideshow that references an XML text file in order to pull in the external image. This class utilizes the latest 3D features of Flash CS4 and is not compatible with older versions of Flash.

This lesson is excerpted from a full course entitled ‘Building a Photo Gallery with Flash CS4 and XML’. By purchasing the full course, you’ll receive a substantial discount relative to the individual lesson pricing. The full course is available as a series of lessons on MindBites (see link above this description) or can be purchased from LearnFlash.com at http://www.learnflash.com/building-photo-gallery-flash-cs4-xml.html.

The instructor, Craig Campbell, is a Senior trainer at TechnicalLead.com. He has always enjoyed the teaching aspect of his job. He feels that relating to the person who is trying to learn something for the first time is a strongpoint of his. He has mastered the Adobe suite of products such as Flash, Dreamweaver, Photoshop, and Illustrator. He also trains people in web design/development areas like HTML, CSS and WordPress. A recent student sent us the following: "Craig has a fun, relaxed style that gets his point across very well. His small flashes of humor are very welcome, and bridge the gap nicely between sitting in front of a video series and being in an actual classroom. His lightness of style "humanizes" the experience of learning this way."

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