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    [F5] - Photo animation

    Hi All:
    I am new to flash (and I am only using Flash 5.0), can some experts/gurus advise me how to do this animation:

    http://www.dreamzcoffee.com/portfolio-photo.html

    If you click on the link, it will be showing some photo animation. What I need is the very front part, where it's showing a wedding photo and the frame rotates 360 degrees.

    How to achieve that effect? I tried using motion tween, when the frame rotates, the edges of the photo can be seen. It's different from the effect I want! Can somebody out there help me please!

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    Just to clarify is it the "love story of Keng Seng" bit where the frame rotates faster than the picture within it?

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    Hi Turbs, yes that's right.
    That's the animation I want to achieve - The white frame border rotates faster than the picture. I tried using masking effect, but it doesn't seem right.

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    Something like this? it's a bit rough.

    www.xyis.net/temp/picframe.html
    www.xyis.net/temp/picframe.fla

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    Hi Turbs, cool! That was what I wanted! Is the fla file for me to download and is it in version 5? Cos I only have flash 5.0 at home.

    How did you achieve it?

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    You could just open the file, if it's compatible, and mess around with it, as a suggestion...
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    Hi Turbs, thanks! I will open the file tonight and try it out!

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    Well i created 3 layers,

    Top layer contained the picture frame.
    Second layer was the mask, this was an object the same size as the picture.
    Then the third layer was the actual picture.
    I created a motion tween on all layers.

    layers 1 and 2 i set the rotation to 1 clockwise.

    layer 3 i just moved a little up and to the right scaling it down 50%.

    This should cause the mask to rotate at the same pace as the picture frame which then shows the picture in the desired way behind.

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