Adobe Flash Professional
|License:||Free to try|
|Op. System:||Win7 x32,Win7 x64,WinVista,WinVista x64,WinXP|
|File size:||1.12 GB|
Publisher description for Adobe Flash Professional
Adobe Flash Professional CS6 features new support for generating sprite sheets for better game development. Deliver apps with a prepackaged Adobe AIR captive runtime so users don't need to download additional software on their desktops, access device-specific capabilities with prebuilt native extensions, and simulate common mobile application interactions. Target the latest Adobe Flash Player and AIR runtimes for enhanced game performance as well as Android and iOS device platforms. Flash Professional CS6 software features intuitive drawing tools and powerful motion capabilities. Generate sprite sheets for better game development and performance, which allows developers to reach a wider audience. Content created with Adobe Flash Professional CS6 can be published to AIR for iOS, which can then be distributed on the Apple iTunes Store. Reach devices that run on Android and iOS platforms by targeting the latest Adobe Flash Player runtimes. Access device-specific capabilities with prebuilt native extensions for a better user experience. Improve your game development workflow with the professional sprite sheet generation tool. Create and edit motion tweens using the Timeline and Motion Editor, and use inverse kinematics to create natural motion for character animation. Design artwork more precisely and efficiently with smart shapes and powerful design tools. Manage FLA project files that target multiple devices. Share code and assets across documents and device targets to efficiently create, test, package, and deploy content for a wide range of screens and devices. Export symbols and animation sequences to quickly generate sprite sheets that help improve the gaming experience, workflow, and performance. Use prebuilt native extensions that provide access to platform- or device-specific capabilities, such as battery level and vibration. Turbocharge rendering performance by using direct mode to leverage the open source Starling Framework for hardware-accelerated content.