Join Jake Ströh for an in-depth discussion in this video Developing a slideshow, part of Hype Quick Start.
We want to create a simple image gallery where…each image fades in and out to the next.…When working with timelines, we can look at this in one of two ways.…One, we can create a single image on its…own timeline that fades in and out, then create…a timeline action that links to another timeline that…does the same thing with another image and so on.…Or two, we can create one longer timeline where the images perhaps crossfade.…We're going to take a look at both…and discover the benefits and drawbacks to each.…
We'll begin by opening timeline-gallery-start,…clicking on the Resources folder and…adding from our Assets folder the building, bridge, house and sffd images.…Next we're going to add each one of these to the main timeline.…I'll start in the stacking order in which they're represented…in the resource library.…Each one I'd like to add a one pixel border around.…Next I'll centrally align these on the scene.…Now I'll close the Resource Library and drag select all of the images.…
Now I'll go to the Elements inspector and drag the Opacity slider down to 0%.…
- Creating your first Hype animation
- Understanding the main timeline
- Animating with keyframes
- Modifying keyframes and retiming
- Working with the Capo tool
- Reusing animations
- Masking and cropping
- Animating CSS filters
- Creating buttons and working with mouse actions
- Chaining actions together
- Developing a slideshow
- Creating and managing scenes
- Exporting and embedding Hype documents
Skill Level Beginner
1. Getting Started
2. Timeline Animation
3. Managing Timelines and Interactivity
4. Working with Scenes
5. Exporting Your Project
Adding your own HTML1m 45s
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