Monday, 2 February 2015

20 TOP Flash Interview Questions and Answers (Part1)

1. How to embed Flash in HTML?
After creating a Flash movie you choose File > Save As from the top menu to save your movie.Save the file as "YourFlahFileName.fla".
To embed the Flash movie you just made into an HTML page, you should go back to your Flashprogram and do the following steps:
Step 1
Choose File > Open. Open a Flash movie you have created.
Step 2
Choose File > Export Movie.
Step 3
Name the file "YourFlahFileName.swf". Choose the location where the file is to be stored (in your Web folder). Click OK.
Step 4
Open the HTML page where you want to insert your Flash movie. Insert this code:
<object width="550" height="400">
<param name="movie" value="YourFlahFileName.swf">
<embed src="YourFlahFileName.swf" width="550" height="400">
</embed>
</object>

2. Explain the Flash vs. Animated Images and Java Applets?
Animated images and Java applets are often used to create dynamic effects on Web pages.
The advantages of Flash are as under:
* Adobe Flash loads much faster than animated images
* Flash allows interactivity, animated images do not
* Flash does not require programming skills, java applets do

3. Who can View Flash?
In September 2000, NPD Research, the parent company of MediaMetrix, conducted a study to determine what percentage of Web browsers have Flash preinstalled. The results show that 96.4% of Web users can experience Macromedia Flash content without having to download and install a player.
If you do not have the Shockwave Player installed you can download flash player for free from Adobe's site.

4. Where to Start the Adobe Flash?
After you have installed Flash at your computer, you should go through the flash help that are included in the program. Start Adobe Flash, click Help in the menu and choose Lessons.
These lessons will teach you the basics of Flash.

5. I shoot underwater with a TTL strobe that doesn't allow you to set flash exposure compensation. How do I set fill flash with this set up?
Let's assume that you have an N80 body in an underwater case and are using underwater TTL strobes. Here you could set flash exposure compensation from the N80 body (assuming the case let you access that control). I'd tend to set the N80 to Standard TTL if I wanted to fiddle with flash levels, though, as in balanced fill-flash modes you don't know what compensation the camera is already adding (i.e., you'll only get repeatable results with Standard TTL).
More Questions & Answers :-
Part1  Part2  Part3  Part4

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