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Importing Video Into Flash 8

A video-based tutorial by Shane Rebenschied

In this excerpt video from the <i><b>Flash Professional 8 Essential Training</b></i> training course from, Shane Rebenschied demonstrates how you can import video files for use in Flash 8 applications.

The full <i><b>Flash Professional 8 Essential Training</b></i> course teaches new users how to use the drawing tools, swatches, and color panels in Flash 8. The course walks learners through animation processes, and how to integrate type, graphics, audio, and video. Shane teaches you how to use ActionScript for common projects such as creating slide shows, pop-up menus, and scrolling text. The training ends with instruction on how to publish to the Web or CD-ROM.

Shane Rebenschied

Shane Rebenschied is a Flash designer/developer/consultant, professional freelance illustrator and author living somewhere in the Arizona desert. He is the author of a number of CDs and books, including the Flash Professional 8 Beyond the Basics Hands-On Training (H.O.T) book, and is a partner in the interactive design firm Cloudforge ( A graduate of the Art Center College of Design, Shane's work has appeared in the Society of Illustrators Los Angeles and New York annuals, as well as numerous national and international publications and advertising campaigns. Shane confesses he is a fan of old paper and stains, and often can be found staring at pieces of corroded, rusty metal. You'll find his online portfolio at




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