Join Richard Harrington for an in-depth discussion in this video Exercise files, part of Keynote: Builds Transitions Animations and Effects.
If your lynda.com membership includes it, I've put together a lesson file to follow along. This is just a sample presentation that contains some source artwork and text that we'll animate throughout the day. If you don't have access to this, no big deal, just pull up a presentation that you've recently built or start a new presentation and drop in some text and photos. I do ask though that after this class you please dispose of this sample file. It contains some pictures and artwork that are mine as well as stuff that was licensed through the creative commons model.
And while it's fine to use it in the way that I've set it up, you'll need to check into your own licensing terms for your projects. Alright, let's jump in and start to explore what Keynote has to offer in terms of animation.
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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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