Join Pooja Jaisingh for an in-depth discussion in this video Slide transitions, part of Adobe Captivate 2017: Animations and Effects.
- [Instructor] In the previous chapter,…we learned how to insert external animations…to Captivate projects.…Now let's take our first step…to create native animations.…Don't worry if the fonts look different…in this and the other exercise files…you have downloaded for this course…as I have used Typekit fonts…for some of the text on the screen.…If the Typekit fonts I have used…are not installed on your system,…Captivate will default to the fallback font.…
A good place to start is with the transition effects.…In Captivate, you can apply transition effects…to slides as well as to objects.…If you have some repetitive slide elements,…like top bar, bottom bar, logo, et cetera,…I would recommend not to use slide transitions…as it will animate all the interface elements…for each screen.…In such cases, you should use object transitions and effects…for the new elements that are introduced in each slide.…
Now let's take a look at the steps…to apply slide transitions.…I have Slide_Transitions_Start file open.…You can open it from 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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