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Kwik - Layers and Shared Assets
This tutorial will discuss how Kwik 2 works with the Photoshop Layers panel to create the pages of your book app. You will build your pages by placing the design elements on Photoshop layers and adding interactivity.
Kwik 2 and Texture Packer Sprite Sheets
How to create a Kwik 2 sprite sheet animation. You will combine and optimize the individual images of the animation, called sprites, into one file called a sprite sheet. This sprite sheet will be a smaller image file and will use less of your device's memory when loaded into your app.
Kwik 2 Game Physics
In this tutorial, we will learn how to use one of the most popular animation features in Kwik 2, game physics. We can use Kwik to create a real-to-life environment where the object on the page responds to aspects of this environment such as gravity, force and collisions.
Kwik 2 Path Animation for a Movie Clip or Sprite
We have created a movie clip and sprite animation. Now we will see how to move the animated object across the page in our Kwik storybook app.
Kwik Book App Cover Page Buttons
We will continue to work on the buttons for our book app. These navigational buttons will allow us to move between the pages of our app.
Kwik Book App Sequencing Actions
We will learn how to set a button to trigger a sequence of actions, animations and sound.
Kwik Movie Clip PNG Sequence
In Kwik, a movie clip is a series of images that when played in sequence create an animation. Let's take a quick look at how these png images where created.
Kwik Movie Clip Replacement
Now we are ready to add the movie clip to a layer on the page of our Kwik storybook app. We will first add a new layer to the page and a placeholder image for the movie clip. When Kwik builds your app, it will replace the placeholder image with the movie clip.
Kwik Multi-Language Audio Import
In the last tutorial, we set up the cover page of our Kwik book app with two Read to Me buttons for our Spanish and English languages. Now we need to import our narrative audio files and tell Kwik which one to use for each language.
Kwik Multi-Language Read to Me Buttons
In the last tutorial, we assembled the ingredients for our Kwik multi-language book app and set the Multi-Language Project Properties. Now we need to begin working on the details for the cover page.
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