Join Pooja Jaisingh for an in-depth discussion in this video Adjust the timing of effects, part of Adobe Captivate 2017: Animations and Effects.
- [Instructor] There are two ways to adjust the timing…of the effects that you have applied to the objects.…Let's take a look at both those workflows.…We are continuing to use the file from the previous movie.…Here, the first thing you need to do is select the effect…for which you have to adjust the timing.…I'll let it be EaseInRight.…And here at the bottom of the Timing panel,…you'll find the option to decide the effect start time.…By default it is set to zero seconds…and the effect duration is set to two seconds.…
You can modify it to your liking.…Let me change this to one second…and then change the effect duration to 1.5 seconds.…Similarly, I can select the other effects…that I have applied to this object…and then change the duration and the start time.…Alternately, I can open the timeline panel…and then I can open this trusty triangle…which will show me all the effects…that I have applied on my object.…Here, I can adjust the duration and the timing of the object…by moving these effects to another place in the timeline.…
- Adding external animations
- Using slide and object transitions
- Applying timeline-based effects
- Applying trigger-based effects
- Applying effects to a group of objects
- Creating and saving custom effects
- Using while loops and delay actions
- Creating an animated background and title page
- Creating a moving car animation
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Add External Animations
2. Use Transitions
3. Apply Effects
4. Types of effects
Apply motion path effects3m 19s
5. Advanced Uses of Effects
6. Example Animations
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