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Getting started with goanimate Getting started with goanimate Presentation Transcript

  • Go to: http://www.Goanimate.com/
  • Signup
  • Fill in the information required andread the terms of use. Click ‘Create my account’.
  • Alternatively, users have the option tologin using facebook or google account
  • Learn to Animate(For simple and quick text to word animation)
  • Click on Get StartedUsers can select their own preferences.
  • Click next or scroll down Choose a template @ background for your animationClick next
  • Choose characters for your animation. Click next Type in the dialog you wanted maximum line of dialog is 180 characters for oneUser can choose dialog box.character’s facial expression. Click on preview.
  • Users can preview their animation here
  • Learn to Animate(Full Featured Animation)
  • Click on ‘Makea Video’ on any available template
  • Users can choose * For this tutorial, stick figure template was characters, used background, Users can see and insert music and arrange all the characters sound effects plus that were chosen special effects StageAnimation List Timeline Scene
  • Users can choose from various free background templatesUsers can choosefrom various free characters
  • Click on the character to assign action to it Users can choose various types of action(e.g. running, walking or standing) and character’s facial expression).
  • Users can choose to use text-to-voice, mic recording or upload file for the character Users can Users can choose the type in suitable sound fromcharacter’s the list for the dialog character Click add voice
  • * However, it is limited to one character’saction per scene. Users can customise character’s appearance
  • Users can choose effect on thecharacter or for the scene
  • Users can import sound and voice or use the available music, effects and voice-overs Users can use effect on the character or for the sceneTo add new scene, just click on add scene or click +