is an easy-to-use, all-in-one multimedia authoring tool, that
combines image, sound, interactivity and animation for you to create
stand-alone executable files. There are many ways and scenarios to use
MotionStudio effectively. Here is a 5 step example to create an
interactive EXE file.
[Step 1. Create a
new or load a MotionStudio file]
Run MotionStudio and create a new file by clicking the New
MotionStudio File button on the toolbar or choosing New... from the
File menu. In the New MotionStudio File dialog, choose the frame
size. The new file is created with one frame.
[Step 2. Add
objects and images]
The toolbox works in a 'pick-a-tool-and-draw-an-object' fashion.
To draw a freehand brush line, for example, you can pick the brush
tool, and draw a brush line. Double-click the created object to show
Property Sheet and change its properties. Use the image tool to
import an image or create a new one. You can also double-click any
image to edit in Image Editor.
[Step 3. Add and duplicate frames]
You can add a new frame by clicking the Add New Frame button on the
toolbar or choose from the Animation menu. Or, simply duplicate a
frame by clicking the Duplicate Frames button. In the newly added
frame, change or draw new objects and images. Frame List is an easy
way to lookup and manage frames.
[Step 4. Add frame actions (optional)]
You can add frame transition as an visual effect by clicking the
Insert Frame Transition button on the toolbar or choose from the
[Step 5. Preview and creating EXE]
To view the animation instantly, click the Preview button on the
toolbar or choose from the Go menu. Y. To save the animation to an
EXE file, choose Create EXE... from the File menu.
These are the steps in
a nutshell that you need to create your animation for your web. There
are more features and options available in by exploring the operations.