Learn about the process of importing video files into Origami Studio, as well as the file formats and codecs that Origami Studio recognizes. Also learn about maintaining the aspect ratio of video files placed in Origami Studio layers.
- [Narrator] In this exercise we're going to concentrate…on bringing video into Oragami Studio.…Oragami Studio does work with video, but it's…a little bit particular, so let's get started.…And to get yourself started, open up a new…Oragami document and when it opens come over…to the devices, and we're going to choose…an iPad black to start.…And the reason we're going to go with…an iPad is that the videos that we're going…to be working with are physically a little…bit larger, and it's good to have a…larger space to work in when…your dealing with something new.…
When you're working with video…inside of Oragami Studio, you need to understand…there are a couple of formats that you have to use.…You can't use the standard video formats.…And if you take a look in the video folder…of your chapter seven download,…you'll see that there are two files here,…Wind.MP4 and Wind.MOV.…MP4 we're very familiar with, the MOV format…you can use, that's QuickTime,…but be aware when you encode the video…you must use the h.264 codec…for the QuickTime video.…
- Using patches
- Importing content
- Working with shapes and masks
- Create scrollable components
- Creating motion and animation
- Using loops
- Adding media and effects
- Testing your prototypes
- Sharing your project
Skill Level Beginner
Building and Maintaining Your UX Design Portfoliowith Diane Cronenwett15m 54s Intermediate
1. The Origami Studio Interface
2. Working with Patches
3. Importing Content and Working with Shapes
4. Scrolling Content
6. Creating and Using Loops
7. Media and Effects
8. Device Testing and Sharings
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