Animating using effects


show more Animating using effects provides you with in-depth training on Education + Elearning. Taught by James Lockman as part of the Captivate 5 Essential Training show less
please wait ...

Animating using effects

In this lesson, we are going to see how we can take advantage of effects inside of Captivate. Effects are a way for us to stylize how our objects appear above and beyond what we might see inside of our Properties panel. We will be using the Chapter 5_c file that we created earlier in this chapter. If you don't have it open, please open it now and then go to slide number 2 by clicking on it in the Filmstrip. I would first like to add a drop shadow to some elements on this page. I would like to add a drop shadow to this rectangle that goes outside of our caption.

We do this using effects. To access the Effects panel, select the rectangle and then right-click, and at the bottom of the list, you should see Apply Effect. The Effects panel will appear next to the Timeline. The two panels are related because effects often have a time component to them. When you're editing an effect, however, you are focusing specifically on that one object, and you can apply one or more effects that happ...

Animating using effects
Video duration: 7m 55s 7h 32m Beginner Updated Aug 05, 2011

Viewers:

Animating using effects provides you with in-depth training on Education + Elearning. Taught by James Lockman as part of the Captivate 5 Essential Training

Subject:
Education + Elearning
Software:
Captivate
Author:
please wait ...