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Emonee LaRussa (00:18): My name is Emonee LaRussa. I make two time Emmy award winning motion, graphics, artists, and director. I predominantly make music visuals for artists like Kanye west big Sean, Lil NAS X, and more. So I'm always making illustrations or empowering illustrators to design the visuals for these scenes. So today I'm going to be showing you some tips and tricks on how I turn illustrator designs. It's a really cool animation in after effects. In this video, you will learn how to analyze and break down a scene to really bring your animation to the next level. Converting illustrator files into easy editable layers and some do's. And don'ts that I've learned before we begin, make sure you download the project files in the description below. So you can follow along. This tutorial is going to be extremely helpful if you're an illustrator that is looking at anime, your designs, or if you're collaborating with another illustrators designs. So let's hop right into step one.
Download File Have A Rest - Laying Down Animati...
Emonee LaRussa (02:45): Had the environment been as beautiful flowing as the character animation. For me, it's super important to have this written down on a piece of paper, because one, I won't forget what I'm doing. And two, I have a game plan, so I can start coming up with a reasonable for how long it's gonna take to animate. And this is super important, especially when you're working with clients, they always need to know how long it's going to take step two and putting your design and the after effects to animate. So I want to show you two different ways. One, that's a process that's just within after effects and the second one, which is a really cool plugin that I purchase and use regularly. First, let's make sure that when you're in illustrator, all your files are organized. This is going to be streamline the important for when you're bringing in the files to after effects and thanks to Kevin, all of these files like her press.
Emonee LaRussa (04:32): So I'm going to right click on one of these layers, go down to create and create shapes from vector layer. And as you can see, there's now two files that are labeled guy center and robot. We have our original illustrator file, and now we have this shape layer file. Typically I just delete the illustrator file. And now when I go inside the contents, all of the assets are separated in its own group. I had mentioned before the, your illustrator layers should be organized and kind of put within its own layer because you will now have the ability to highlight all of the paths and animate them at the same time, because they're on the same layer. So if you had different layers for each individual asset, so say I had this character's hair and hat and they were all on separate layers. Then I wouldn't be able to highlight all of the paths and animate them at the same time, I would be able to use the transform settings, but I wouldn't be able to animate the paths on all of these different layers.
APK files are available in the download box. When installing from APK file apps from unknown sources must be enabled in the Android security settings. If you have Google Play installed we recommend disabling auto-updates for Fully Kiosk apps. When updating from APK installation to Google Play (or the other way) the old app often needs to be uninstalled. You can use the settings export/import in Other Settings in order to preserve the configuration.
You can use the Load ZIP File button in Remote Admin and Fully Cloud to download and unpack a ZIP file to /sdcard (or to the app private storage in Android 11+ scoped storage mode) on the device. Note that /sdcard usually refers to the internal public storage (not to the external SD card!) on most devices. You have to put the ZIP file on some web server where it can be accessed by the device and provide the HTTP/HTTPS URL. This is the way to make a light local content management. Use with care as all existing files will be overwritten when unpacking the same file names from the ZIP file. Avoid non-latin letters in the packed file/folder names or make sure the packer is using UTF-8 encoding. When using this feature from Fully Cloud you can load ZIP file to many devices with only one click (mass admin). You can set the File Load Timeframe in Cloud Settings in order to randomize the file loading across devices within the specified timeframe (next x seconds).
You can use the Load Content From ZIP File option in Device Management settings in order to download and unzip file from some URL to /sdcard (or to the app private storage in Android 11+ scoped storage mode) folder automatically. Fully Kiosk will check each hour for updates on this URLs (according to servers Last-Modified HTTP response header). On the first app start the ZIP file will be downloaded prior to loading the Start URL. Use Auto-Reload on Idle option to reload the Start URL when device is not in use in order the updated local files can take effect.
2. If you have not disabled the Settings Auto-Import in Other Settings, you can attach your device by USB cable and put the fully-once-settings.json file (rename in fully-video-once-settings.json for Fully Video Kiosk or fully-single-app-once-settings.json for Fully Single App Kiosk app) disabling the kiosk mode to the main folder of the internal memory (/sdcard). Then restart the device in order to auto-import the settings file.
2. An app update/install from APK file button is available on Remote Admin and Fully Cloud for provisioned devices with Android 6+. The Disable Apps From Unknown Sources (Disable APK Installs) option must be switched off in Device Owner Settings. For automatic app install you can put the APK file URL into APK Files to Install option in Device Owner Settings. An APK file will be downloaded by Fully Kiosk from URL provided and installed silently.
4. In all other cases you only can tell Fully Kiosk app to download and start installing an APK file via Remote Admin. IMPORTANT: In these cases user input will be required ON THE DEVICE for confirming the installation.
Due to changes in the accessibility service the Fire OS edition of Fully Kiosk Browser will always be an APK file to install. You can get it in the download box. It won't be accessible on Google Play as Google doesn't like apps tampering with accessibility service. Amazon store didn't like our apps for unknown reasons, so our app can't be made available there.
11. Some devices like Echo Show can't grant the requested app install permission and show the permission request repeatedly. You can deny this permission request permanently by downloading and importing this JSON settings file.
Any kind of file can be a download! This even includes HTML, something the browser would typically display. The presence of the attribute is effectively a human-authored flag that tells the browser to skip trying to render something it has retrieved and just store it instead:
The debate about whether a button or link should be used to download a file is a bit silly, as the whole purpose of a link has always been to download content. HTML is a file, and like all other files, it needs to be retrieved from a server and downloaded before it can be presented to a user.
Targeting both the presence of the download attribute and the file extension at the end of the string in the href attribute allows us to get even fancier. We can take advantage of the cascade to set up a consistent treatment for all icons, but change the icon itself on a per-filetype basis. This is great for situations where there are multiple kinds of things you can download on a single page:
For complicated sites, this attribute allows us to create downloads that make sense to the person requesting them, while also taking advantage of features like CDNs and dynamically-generated files. Not a lot of complicated backend sorcery here, just a little template logic:
Also, most links on each page are downloads; the rest are for changing which track is currently playing (marked by brackets), volume, and play/pause (native to the audio element). There is no header, as clicking on the extension icon in the browser opens a menu (the only place where links open a new page), where the only choices are specific albums, a track from a compilation album, a single, a few samples for other music artists to use, an about page, and a short help page.
A: Flashpoint Infinity downloads games on demand, so you can keep only the games you like by using Flashpoint Infinity. But because game files must be laid out the same way as they would be on the internet, for most of Flashpoint's existence it was impossible to separate game files cleanly into individual packages. With Flashpoint's GameZIP Server, games can now be served from standalone ZIP files, but many of the Legacy games that were saved before the GameZIP Server was implemented still need to be converted. We're working on it!
A: The short answer is no, this is not true. Games in Flashpoint never connect directly to the internet; they connect to Flashpoint's "fake internet," which is a proxy server running locally on your computer. If you are using Flashpoint Infinity, this proxy server will connect to Flashpoint's server at infinity.unstable.life to download any files that are unavailable locally. Once the game files are downloaded, the game can be played offline. If you are using Flashpoint Ultimate, an internet connection is never required to play games. See How Flashpoint Works for more information.
To address the specific claims in Nick Robinson's video: Mission in Snowdriftland has been fully archived in Flashpoint since 2019 and is fully playable offline in Flashpoint Infinity once the game files have been downloaded. We have tested this with all network adapters disabled via the Windows Control Panel. Nick Robinson used a third-party "internet killswitch" tool that may have unusually interfered with Flashpoint. He did not speak to us before the publication of the video and did not report any issues with our software to us, but later corrected the claims in his video as a comment on the video's page. 041b061a72