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Republic of the Philippines
Philippine State College of Aeronautics
Piccio Garden, Villamor, Pasay City

Adobe
Flash
Professional
CS6

Submitted by:
Abulag, Michael A.
Butihen, Mark Anthony P.
Ceria, Sherwin M.
Chavez, Ken N.
Dalisay, Mark Ryan Anthony P.
Ebonite, Jomar S.
Arpie, Nicolas

Course/ Yr. - Sec.
BSAIT 3-1
Submitted to:
Engr. Mary Ann F. Aballiar-Vista. MEAM
Instructor

Adobe Flash Professional is a multimedia authoring program used to create content for the Adobe Engagement Platform, such as web applications, games and movies, and content for mobile phones and other embedded devices.

History
Adobe Flash Professional is the successor of a software product known as FutureSplash Animator, a vector graphics and vector animations program released in May 1996.
In December 1996, Macromedia bought FutureWave and so re-branded and released FutureSplash Animator as Macromedia Flash v1.0. In 2005, Adobe Systems acquired Macromedia; subsequently, in 2007, Adobe Flash CS3 Professional, the next version of Macromedia Flash was released.
The Adobe Engagement Platform was the announced name of the product line resulting from the merger of Macromedia Flash with Adobe Acrobat.
Versions
Release | Year |
FutureSplash Animator | 1996 |
Macromedia Flash 1 | 1996 |
Macromedia Flash 2 | 1997 |
Macromedia Flash 3 | 1998 |
Macromedia Flash 4 | 1999 |
Macromedia Flash 5 | 2000 |
Macromedia Flash MX(6) | 2002 |
Macromedia Flash MX 2004(7) | 2003 |
Macromedia Flash 8 | 2005 |
Adobe Flash CS3(9) Professional | 2007 |
Adobe Flash CS4(10) Professional | 2008 |
Adobe Flash Professional CS5(11) | 2010 |
Adobe Flash Professional CS5.5(11.5) | 2011 |
Adobe Flash Professional CS6(12) | 2012
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Parts of Adobe Flash Professionals
The Stage
  * Designers call the main work area at the center of Flash the "Stage." This is where you would place all visible elements. When you play the Flash file, the program will show...

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