This video shows how to mask images with shapes other than rectangles in Keynote.
- [Instructor] We've already looked at…how to edit the size and position of an image mask…in order to adjust which portions of the image…are visible in your slide.…Another way you can create a mask…is with a shape, which can be useful…when you want to use something…other than a rectangle as your mask shape.…To create your mask, you'll be able to use…any of the shapes that you see here…except for the line tools, because it has to be…a closed shape.…And we don't actually select the shapes from here.…Instead, I'll first make sure my image is selected…and I'll come up to the format menu…and choose image, mask with shape.…
And that gives me a list of all the shapes I can use.…So for example I'll choose something like…the double arrow.…And that places the shape over the image as a mask.…So instead of having a simple rectangle,…I now have this double arrow shape.…But just like with a regular mask,…I can adjust its size and appearance…over the image.…Let's grab this screen handle to make it…a little thicker in the middle there.…
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