Please refer to foll. articles for details on how to use bone tool in Animate CC :
As you would be already aware Animate CC is released today. Please refer to Animate CC new features | Buy Adobe Animate CC (Flash Pro) for more details on the new features added in this release.
Thanks for your response Mukesh.
Unfortunately, I don't consider that my query is answered. It's all very well telling me to go and read various srticles about how to us e the bone tool etc. but no one has yet answered my basic question. Perhaps someone can give me give me the relevant information.
What I wanted to know was,
There is an Adobe Help tutorial for Animate CC, showing a skeleton articulated with the bone tool. There is a starting pose at the first keyframe and a final pose at the second keyframe - there are no other keyframes in between. When the animation was played back, there was tweening movement between the two keyframes, but no tweening was created during the tutorial, so I am puzzled as to what caused the skeleton character to move, as if a motion tween had been created between the keyframes. I am a beginner. I thought that in order to create movement between keyframes you had to create either a motion tween or a shape tween or a classic tween. Perhaps the creator of the excellent video forgot to mention about the tweening bit.?Can anyone advise about this?
Thanks for any help.