Join Richard Harrington for an in-depth discussion in this video Reusing an animation, part of Keynote: Builds Transitions Animations and Effects.
…Well, some people may consider it laziness to…reuse their own work, I consider it being efficient.…And it's also a great way to be consistent.…If you've already built an animation, you can easily lift it from…one slide and apply it to another with a simple copy, paste command.…In this case, I've got a bulleted list already built.…And you'll see with each click, one bullet comes on.…And that's the type of animation I want to reuse.…I can select that text block and choose copy animation.…
Then select the next text block and choose format paced animation.…You'll note in doing so, that when we preview that animation, that it has the…exact same style of animation and it makes it very easy to control the build.…The use of copy and paste animation is a…great way to add consistency and it really saves time.…Just make sure you double check it by previewing…the slide or going to the full slide show mode.…To make sure that what you thought you copied, was indeed applied.…
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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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