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One approach could be to transition each scene by fade in/fade out so that you do not see the switch between frames... either that or have the end of scene always have the same appearance as the start of the next scene. When you compile the file the scenes are all combined into one long timeline, so it still becomes a matter of transitioning across frames... so another possible approach is to not use scenes and build the transition you want between them on the one scene's timeline or use shared assets for different scenes so that only the uncommon content needs to be transitioned in/out.
Is there a tool I can use for making a fade transition?
It's pretty easy...
- create two layers
- put the first scene on the top layer
- put the second scene on the second layer
- go to frame 70 and select both layers then hit F5
- select frame 30 on both the first and second layer and hit F6 which will give you a keyframe on both layers.
- go to the top layer and select the first keyframe and delete it.
- click on frame 41 on the bottom layer and hit F7 which will delete the keyframe and leave and empty frame.
- click drag on both layers to select them and right click on both those layers and select Create Classic Tween which will turn both the layers on the second key frame blue.
- select the first scene on the stage and go to properties then hit the pulldown menu on Color effect and select Alpha and run it down to zero.
- Go to frame 30 on the second layer and do the same.
- Your first scene should fade to zero and the second one should fade up to 100.
- You're welcome! :-)
Here's an example of what I mean...
Thank you so much! By the way, did you draw those buildings? They are much better than mine right now...
You're welcome and yes I did draw them...