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Android Build a Simple Android App (retired 2014) Interrogating the App Debugging: Troubleshooting Line by Line

Digma Jain
Digma Jain
1,602 Points

Animation

Where do I get the series of images to be used for animation..? Like we have CrystalBalls 24 images to create animation for crystalBall.

6 Answers

The images are in the Project Files zip file, which can be downloaded from the menu link on the right hand side of your screen. The 24 ball images are in the following directory in the zip file:

android-island1-stage5-video3 > CrystalBall > res > drawable-mdpi

The images are named ballxx.png where xx is the image number from 01 to 24.

Iskandar Fendi
Iskandar Fendi
5,700 Points

Hi Digma,

The images are in the zip file located below the tutorial video of that particular topic.

Thanks,

Isk

Digma Jain
Digma Jain
1,602 Points

Thanks for the replies, but my question is when I am creating another app other than CrystalBall and if I want to create an animation in that where do I get the series of images in that case..?

Eric De Wildt
PLUS
Eric De Wildt
Courses Plus Student 13,077 Points

In that case you would create them either yourself or have someone else make them. Each image acts like a page in a flip book. The animation just flips through the pages so to speak. You can make the images using almost any photoshop like program as long as they are uploaded in the correct file type.

Digma Jain
Digma Jain
1,602 Points

Ok Thank You Eric..:)