Applying behaviors to layers and groups


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Applying behaviors to layers and groups

Now, let's explore the difference between adding behaviors directly to an object and directly to a group. Let's start by exploring this composition. Press F5 to open the Project pane. If your canvas hasn't already scaled, make sure to press Shift+Z to snap it to the proper view. You'll notice we have a small rectangle and a line. It's hard to see behind all the lines and handles. Let's go up to the View pop-up menu and disable Handles and we'll also disable Lines.

Now we can still see the graphic, it's hard to tell that we have it selected, but if you turn the Visibility on and off, you can make sure you are on the correct layer. Now, I want this small rectangle to slide up and down along the line, and then eventually I would like the line to slide left and right across the screen. So this is a perfect animation for parameter behaviors. With the Small Rectangle layer selected, go to your Inspector, under the Properties tab and twirl open the disclosure trian...

Applying behaviors to layers and groups
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Applying behaviors to layers and groups provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Ian Robinson as part of the Motion 4 Essential Training

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