Join Richard Harrington for an in-depth discussion in this video Control the pace of information delivery, part of Keynote: Builds Transitions Animations and Effects.
…Before we explore specific techniques, I'd like to take…a moment just to review the goals of animation.…Essentially, I want to make sure that you understand…why to animate, and when it's overdoing it.…You see, you need to realize that with animation, it's possible to overdo it.…let's take a look at a sample presentation for a moment,…and I'll show you how I can control the pace of information.…So let's say we're on a title slide and I'm…giving you a presentation about the status of the internet.…Well, as I go to the next page…you're probably interested in knowing the top ten countries.…
But by revealing each country one at a time,…it makes it easier for me to discuss them.…And it lets me control the audience's view so they don't rush ahead.…Notice how easy it is to reveal these and I've essentially…set it up so that each country builds one at a time.…Once we've made it through all ten, then I've put…in animation to indicate a transition to the next slide.…A simple flip over there was used…to signify a significant change to the audience.…
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- Working with photos
- Revealing text with animation
- Animating charts
- Creating interleaved builds
- Animating a webpage with Magic Move
- Controlling video and audio playback
- Adding slide transitions
Skill Level Appropriate for all
Keynote: Delivering Presentationswith Richard Harrington1h 35m Intermediate
Keynote: From Outline to Presentationwith Richard Harrington2h 10m Appropriate for all
Keynote: Using Photos and Videos Effectively for Great Presentationswith Richard Harrington2h 39m Appropriate for all
1. Working with Photos
2. Animation Essentials
3. Chart Animation
4. Advanced Animation
5. Slide Transitions
Adding a transition4m 8s
Next steps1m 18s
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