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Thread: Fade out audio clip when clicking a button?

  1. #16
    You may try to set your graphic stuff into a layer in the IDE (it goes from frame1 to frame45). Now write your actionscript code into another layer, and insert frames (not keyframes, just frames) to extend your code for 45 frames. It's freaky (and probably will not work!), but it's the only thing I would try for this...

  2. #17
    Okay. Still struggling with this.

    Here is what I have. I have and audio clip that is being loaded externally using Tweenlite. (That works) Then I have a few buttons that move yo around in the timeline. And then at the end there is one final button that I would like to fade out the loaded audio.

    Doesn't seem like this should be too hard, yet I can't figure it out for the life of me. Can anyone take a look at this example and let me know what you think might work.

    Download Example FLA: AudioFadeOut.zip here

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