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Broadcast LIVE streaming video. ActionScript for Non-Coders. Pages: 1 , A Virtual Camera One of the systems that Flash doesn't have that many other animation environments have is a virtual camera.

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Many professional animation systems allow you to set up a virtual camera that can itself be animated. This allows you to create the sort of camera work seen in traditional films, including pans, zooms, and fades. Flash uses a more old-fashioned system based around a stage. Adam mentioned this one day in passing, to which I replied, "OK. Although a virtual camera sounds like a world away from the simple particle effect we just looked at, the way I did it is almost exactly the same. Adam sent me the animation in Figure 7 to illustrate the need for a virtual camera. After some discussion (and a few failed trains of thought regarding what a Vcam should look like and do), we settled on the following implementation.

The Vcam will appear in the authoring environment as a rectangle that defines the Vcam viewfinder. Here's the code that drives the camera: Bonus! Learn ActionScript. Tutorials. Advertise About us Site map Syndicate Search site Mailing list View Authors Become an Author Tutorials The ActionScript.org tutorials section hosts detailed articles about Flash, Flex and ActionScript.

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Create a Camera Application in Flash Using ActionScript 3. In this tutorial, I will show you how to create a camera application that captures the user webcam image and saves it as a JPG file.

Create a Camera Application in Flash Using ActionScript 3

Let’s see how! Final Result, does not work previewed in Dreamweaver, please open in browser Step 1: Set Up Your Flash File Launch Flash and create a new document. Set the stage size to 600x350px, #F6F6F6 for the color, and the frame rate to 24fps. Step 2: Interface This is the interface we’ll use, a simple background with 3 interactive elements, Save, Discard and a Capture button. Continue to the next steps to see how to create it. Step 3: Webcam Guides Select the Rectangle Tool (R), set the stroke size to 2, color to #CCCCCC and change the style to dashed. Create a 318x238px rectangle and set its position to x: 141 y: 41.

Step 4: Action Buttons Use the Rectangle Tool to create a 46x22px #BABABA rounded rectangle with a corner radius of 1. Duplicate the shape and reduce its size to 44x20px. Step 5: Capture Button Step 6: ActionScript Step 7: Package package { Trackbacks. Tutorial Actionscript 3 - How to use a webcam on Flash.