Join Richard Harrington for an in-depth discussion in this video Choosing a style of animation, part of Keynote: Builds, Transitions, Animations, and Effects.
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…When you want to animate elements on a…slide, you essentially have three types of animation.…These animations will allow you to build something by bringing it in,…add emphasis on the slide itself, or have it exit the slide.…Let's take a look.…Here, I have a simple graphic of a beaker.…And, clicking the Animate button, I'll see my controls.…Now, with the slide selected, you'll note it says, Transitions.…In order to animate the object, I need to make…sure that it's selected, and you see our three categories.…
Build In, Action, which is a category for adding emphasis.…If you're a long time PowerPoint user, you'll know it by that name.…Or, Build Out, for exiting the slide.…Let's start with the beginning, here.…In order to do a Build In, I'll select the Build In tab and click Add an Effect.…And you'll see a pop-up list with lots of options.…If we click the word Preview, we can simulate what that's going to look like.…I like that very tasteful fade and scale as it comes up.…And, you see it build on the slide.…
On the next slide here, I've actually…
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