Join Chris Converse for an in-depth discussion in this video Animating the pie chart wedge, part of Creating an Animated Infographic with Edge Animate.
Now before I begin animating my wedge I want to make sure that it's in its final…position, so let's come up here the wedge.…This is going to give me the wedge container, and I want to have the wedge to be…a little more into my composition.…So let's come up here to the rotation and let's set this to about 40 degrees. …I want the wedge shape to continue to break the plane on the background box that…we created, but I do want more of the orange inside of my composition.…Now the other thing we want to do before we start animating is to make sure we…have no activated Keyframes in the timeline.…
If I come down here to the timeline I can see there are two properties assigned…to the animation people symbol.…I got this because you had the auto-keyframe and auto-transition turned on.…So in some cases when you make changes on the Stage, Edge Animate thinks were creating an animation.…So before we begin animating, let's come in here and delete these two properties if you have those as well.…And again make sure we have no Keyframes activated.…
- Creating sprite graphics in Photoshop
- Creating a pie chart without graphics
- Adding Edge Animate fonts
- Animating text
- Stopping and starting animated symbols
Skill Level Beginner
1. Creating Graphics and a Color Palette
2. Creating the Data Artwork and Layout
3. Animating the Data Artwork
4. Final Preparations for Publishing
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