Use visibility and opacity overrides to enhance your presentations. Rather than simply moving parts out of view, select which parts are available in each story by controlling the visibility of the components directly in the presentation without affecting the master design. Use opacity settings to fade parts away as they are removed from a design.
- [Voiceover] At this point, you should have a pretty good…understanding of how to create presentations.…You've learned how to tweak components,…you've learned how to add cameras,…and you've even learned how to create snapshots.…Now we're going to look at how we can use…the visibility and opacity settings…to enhance our presentations.…On the screen you can see the exercise file…we're working with, and you can see that…we have Storyboard1 and Storyboard2.…Storyboard1 explains how to get the screws…out of the back of the nose cone.…Storyboard2 explains how to remove…everything off the front.…If we go back to Storyboard1, and we jump to the end,…you'll see that we have the screws off to the left,…and that's what we expect.…
If we jump forward one more time…to the beginning of the second storyboard,…you can see that these screws are still visible,…and that's a problem because in a real world…situation, if somebody were going to take…those screws out of the nose cone,…they'd probably put them in a bag or a container,…
- Creating presentations
- Adding component trails
- Creating storyboards and snapshot views
- Adding cameras
- Animating presentations
- Publishing presentations
Skill Level Intermediate
Q: This course was updated on 04/20/2017. What changed?
A: New videos were added that show how to do a multi-item edit and save a transparent background.