Adobe Flash Professional CS5.5
is the industry-leading authoring environment for producing expressive interactive content. Create immersive experiences that present consistently to audiences across desktops, smartphones, tablets, and televisions. With amazing new features, enhancements and support for multiscreen publishing, Adobe Flash Professional CS5.5 allows you to create dynamic, interactive content that will reach audiences the world over.What's New in Flash Pro CS5.5?
Expanded Platform and Device Support
Reach audiences on the latest Adobe Flash Player and Adobe AIR® runtimes and on Android and iOS devices.Efficient Workflows for Mobile Development
Manage FLA project files that target multiple devices. Share code and assets across documents and device targets to efficiently create, test, package, and deploy content for a wide range of screens and devices.Content Scaling When Resizing Stage
Save time when sharing symbols and motion paths across documents that are optimized for different screen sizes.Enhanced Layer Control
Preserve important document structure when copying layers across multiple files and projects.
Symbol Rasterization and Better Performance
Use new tooling options, on-stage symbol rasterization, and the Property Inspector to improve CPU, battery, and rendering performance on mobile devices.
Enhanced Code Snippets Handling
Use the new pick whip to preview and visually add more than 20 new code snippets, including ones for creating mobile and AIR applications, use of the accelerometer, and multitouch gestures.Streamlined Publish Settings Dialog Box
Publish content quickly and more efficientlyLock inverse kinematics bones to the stage and set stage level movement restrictions to selected bones. Create multiple spans per layer, and define more complex movement of armatures, such as walk cycles. with a redesigned Publish Settings dialog box.Immersive Kinematics Pinning Support
Lock inverse kinematics bones to the stage and set stage level movement restrictions to selected bones. Create multiple spans per layer, and define more complex movement of armatures, such as walk cycles.