Join Pooja Jaisingh for an in-depth discussion in this video Apply basic and emphasis effects, part of Adobe Captivate 2017: Animations and Effects.
- [Instructor] Now let's take a deep dive…into the different categories of effects in Captivate 2017.…There are five different categories of effects;…basic,…emphasis, entrance, exit, and motion path.…Let's first look at the effects included…in the basic and emphasis categories.…The basic category comprises of effects…related to changing the alpha, rotation, scale,…and skew values.…The effects with the word to appended to the name…will play out the animation…from the X value to the Y value…but the effect names without the word to,…they go straight to the Y value…without any animation.…
Let's take a look at them.…I'll select this first arrow here…and then go to the properties inspector…and go to the timing inspector.…Notice that I have alpha effect already applied to it.…When I hover over it,…it just goes straight to the alpha effect.…For the second arrow, I have applied alphafromto.…Here, we have an option to add the initial value…and the final alpha.…Let's change these values…so that we can see the animation better.…
- 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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