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Combining Edge Animate and CSS FilterLab (video)

10.16.2012
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This week after the Create The Web event, the Adobe Developer Evangelists had a team meeting.  Part of the show was doing demos of what we were working on in front of each other.  They were limited to three minutes.  That’s a tough room to impress, so I figured I had to use some of the cutting edge stuff from Create the Web to have impact.

My idea was to combine stuff from several Adobe tools together. So I took Adobe Edge Animate, our HTML Animation tool and combined it with CSS FilterLab, an experimental tool for working with new CSS features like filters and custom filters. I took animation content created with Adobe Edge Animate and applied CSS filters and custom filters to it.

Here’s a short video of the result.


CSS Filters & Adobe Edge Animate from Terry Ryan on Vimeo.

If you like what you see, you can start fooling around with this stuff by getting the following:

Please note if you are fooling around with this: You have to use Chrome Canary and activate “CSS Shaders” in about://flags

 

 

 

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