Animated Cursive in Flash Professional

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If you ever needed text, drawing, lines or almost any “drawing” animation this tutorial will help you. This will teach you how to animate drawn text to look like it is being written out live. This is done using masking inside of Adobe Flash Professional CS6.

Flash Professional is a piece of software from Adobe that allows you to create animations, videos, advertisements, games, and more. For instance, most video players on websites are created using Flash, and most video animations are created using it also.

If you want more information on Adobe Flash Professional, you can view the product page at Adobe.com

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