Chapter 15. Adding Sound

It’s amazing how much a classic silent film conveys with just moving pictures and text, but that era is history. Audio is a vital feature of today’s Web sites. In Adobe Flash CS3 Professional, you can incorporate sound in your projects, either as an ongoing background element or as a synchronized element that matches a particular piece of action—say, a slapping sound that accompanies a pair of hands clapping.

One way to add sound to Flash movies is to import sound clips to the library and then attach instances of the sound clips to keyframes. You can access sounds and control synchronization of sounds via the Frame Properties tab of the Property inspector. You can also use ActionScript to add sounds to Flash movies, but ...

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