Join Pooja Jaisingh for an in-depth discussion in this video Create and save custom effects, part of Adobe Captivate 2017: Animations and Effects.
- [Instructor] There can be different reasons…for creating and saving custom effects in Captivate.…The first reason is that you have applied…a combination of effects to a particular object…to create that perfect animation…and wish to replicate the same for another object…in the same project or different project.…Or you wish to apply a custom motion part animation…using advanced actions.…Another reason can be that you have meticulously modified…the timing and position of a motion part animation…and want to apply it to other objects.…
In all these situations,…you can create and save custom effects…and reuse them in the same or a different project.…Let's take a look at the workflow.…I have applied multiple effects to this object…and want to replicate the same effect…to the shape on the second slide.…To do that, let's first save this effect…as a custom effect.…For that, we will go to the properties inspector,…timing inspector,…and click the Save button…under the Animation Trigger section.…
Here.…Then, navigate to the exercise files folder,…
- 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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