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pezflash says

If you go with AS3 , try GreenShock. If you like buy the license. With a few sales here it’ll be worth the money. If you are in AS2 , maybe you can stay with the free Tweener. I use it a lot, quite steady, except for some filter issues, and with a lot of possibilities once you get used to it.

Apart from this, if you need to manage particles or a lot of MCs tweening at the same time, go, without doubts, with GreenSock. Look at the speed test posted above by our favorite fighter. :P

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damojo says

Right now Im always using caurina tweener for as2, with as3 I’ll move to tweensy or between as3 for options and performance reasons.

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wickedpixel says
^ +1 Once you’ve experienced the positive difference in a real project it’s hard to use anything else.
What do you mean by that?
Check out the speed tests: http://www.greensock.com/tweening-speed-test/

I don’t need those speed tests. :P He talked about a “real project” .. and i wanted to see what is a “real project”. :)

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marcfolio says

+1 for greensock. TweenLite is always getting better and better and with the different flavors of tweenNano, TweenLite, and TweenMax not to mention timelinelite… i honestly don’t remeber how to code without tweenlite.

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CurtyCurt says

greensock all the way! hands down.

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biyified says

thanks guys. it seems greenstock is taking the lead

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rondog says

TweenLite/Max fo sho

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LeatherwingStudios says
^ +1 Once you’ve experienced the positive difference in a real project it’s hard to use anything else.
What do you mean by that?
Check out the speed tests: http://www.greensock.com/tweening-speed-test/

always depends on your needs. and “real projects” come in all shapes and sizes! :)

if you don’t need to move 2500 sprites at once then maybe these results don’t really matter so much! I use the easiest, cheapest approach unless I need the better performance.

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RimmonTrieu says

Like most of everyone I use GS

BUT if you just start to play with tweening engine, get Tweener because it’s free, easy and you don’t need those extra feature from GS yet

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CodingJack says
^ +1 Once you’ve experienced the positive difference in a real project it’s hard to use anything else.
What do you mean by that?
Check out the speed tests: http://www.greensock.com/tweening-speed-test/
I don’t need those speed tests. :P He talked about a “real project” .. and i wanted to see what is a “real project”. :)

What I meant was that the speed tests are nice but if you’ve ever had a project that was a bit slow until you switched it over to Greensock you’ll alwayd want to use Greensock afterward. At least that’s what happened to me.

But in case that didn’t clarify a “real” project would be anything that isn’t a speed test :P

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