Unit 8 Test: Layers

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1. The main objective of the layers is to isolate the objects that the rest of the movie contains in order to achieve independence from them.

a)True.

b) False.

2. The objects created in one layer cannot be moved to another one, because each layer is closely bound to its objects.

a)True.

b) False.

3. If we activate the option Show Outlines of a layer, we'll be able to see the bordes of all the objects in this layer as if they were 3 times larger, outlines help us to distinguish them among the rest of layers.
a)True.

b) False.

4. If we activate the option Block layers of a layer, it is guaranteed that no object from the ones located in this layer will be able to suffer any alteration.

a)True.

b) False.

5. How would we have to organize the layers of our movie if we want that two objects move synchronously making the same movement?

a) By separating the objects in two different layers.

b) By locating them in the same layer we would obtain our objective in fast and effective way.

c) Both answers are correct.

d) None of the previous ones is correct.

6. What would happen if we create a guide layer, but no guided layer is associated with the same one?

a) That there wouldn't be any problem, because a same layer can serve as guide for different guided layers.

b) That the Guide layer wouldn't have any effect nor would be seen during the animation.

c) That couldn't be made, because a Guide can guide only a layer at every moment of time.

7. If we have a layer A that masks another layer B... Are all the objects of the layer B visible?

a) Yes.

b) No.

8. What would happen if we want to associate a guide layer with several guided layers?

a) That there wouldn't be any problem, because a same layer can serve as guide for different guided layers.

b) That the Guide layer won't have any effect nor would be seen during the animation.

c) That couldn't be made, because Guide guides only one layer at every moment of time.

9. How would we have to organize the layers of our movie if we want two objects to display different animations?

a) We would easily and quickly achieve our objective by locating them in the same layer.

b) If the animations must take place at common moments of time, it would be necessary to separate the objects in two different layers. If the animations can take place at disjointed moments of time (that do not coincide at any moment) then they could be both objects in the same layer.

c) We would have to separate both objects in different layers, because, otherwise it would be impossible that the objects make different movements during the same moments of time. In order to synchronize the movements we could convert an object to graphics or a movie clip depending on our necessities.




   

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