Learn how to create animations for your design elements and type to help direct viewers as you present using Keynote. In this video, Nicte Cuevas shares how to use the Line Draw feature inside Keynote to add movement to your presentations.
- Using transitions and animation … in your Keynote presentations … can help transition your content from one slide to another. … But you can also use these strategically … to add a layer of interaction, … especially if you share the file with others. … Now there are three main types of animations or transitions … in Keynote. … We have a slide transitions, and these are activated … when you jump from one slide to the next. … Then we have object animations. … These animations, move your objects around … while remaining on the current slide. … When using the object animations, … you will be using the build States and the built order panel … To access this, we're just going to go to the animate tab … and we will see these options pop up. … Inside this area, you can define the bill state, … and this is how the objects come in to the presentation. … You can also define the action state … and this defines the … animation of your object while you view the presentation. … It doesn't come in or out. …
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Plan Your Theme
2. Design and Brand a Custom Theme
3. Work from Your Keynote Theme
4. Slide Transitions and Animations
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