This video shows how to non-destructively crop images by editing image masks in Keynote
- [Instructor] Alright, let's take a look…at how to mask images in Keynote.…Masking is a term used to describe the action…of cropping an image to hide certain portions of it.…Only unlike cropping, you're not destroying…or deleting parts of your picture.…Masking just hides, or masks,…the portions you don't want to be visible.…Letting you easily adjust the mask…if you change your mind later.…We're looking here at the slide…with an image I imported earlier.…And I wanna play around with the image to adjust…how closely we're zoomed into the phone booths here.…To adjust an image mask, select the image,…then under the image tab…click edit mask.…
So what we see now is a dotted rectangle…around a portion of this image.…Inside the rectangle, we see the image at full opacity,…and outside the rectangle, it's sort of faded back.…The full opacity area is the area that will actually be seen…in the slide when I click outside of this area.…Let's go back into edit mask mode,…and this time I'll just double-click the image,…which is a shortcut in Keynote…
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