How to animate objects in keynote

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  • 1. By  Jacqui  Sharp Animating  a  Volcanic  Eruption How to animate objects in Keynote Tuesday, 30 July 13
  • 2. By  Jacqui  Sharp Animating  a  Volcanic  Eruption How to animate objects in Keynote Tuesday, 30 July 13
  • 3. Tip:  When  you  have  finished  your  painting  you  will  need  to  save  it  as  a  jpeg.  Go  to   File  –  Export  as  Image.  Once  you  import  it  into  Keynote  it  may  need  cropping  if   there  is  a  lot  of  white  space  around  it. Step  One:  You  need  objects Tuesday, 30 July 13
  • 4. Tip:  When  you  have  finished  your  Lego  model  go  to    Toolbox-­‐Take  a  Screen   shot.  It  will  save  the  lego  model  as  a  PNG  file.  Once  you  import  it  into   PowerPoint  it  may  need  cropping  if  there  is  a  lot  of  white  space  around  it. Tuesday, 30 July 13
  • 5. Add  a  new  drawing   object  by  clicking  on   Shapes    and  then  the   Free  Draw  tool. Click  on  the  Inspector,   then  the  Graphic   Inspector.  Click  on  Fill   and  choose  a  colour. Step  Two:  add  objects  that   will  animate Tuesday, 30 July 13
  • 6. Then  move  it  behind  by   right  clicking  on  the   object  then  Send  to   Back   Tuesday, 30 July 13
  • 7. To  animate  the  cloud   object  in  this  picture.   Click  on  Inspector. Go  to  Build  Inspector   click  on  an  effect  -­‐ in  my  example  I  have   chosen  Fly  in,  choose  a   Direction  (in  this  example   Bottom  to  top,  and   choose  a  duration Tuesday, 30 July 13
  • 8. To  animate  the  cloud   object  in  this  picture.   Click  on  Inspector. Go  to  Build  Inspector   click  on  an  effect  -­‐ in  my  example  I  have   chosen  Fly  in,  choose  a   Direction  (in  this  example   Bottom  to  top,  and   choose  a  duration Tuesday, 30 July 13
  • 9. To  further  animate  add   another  effect  or  add  a   motion  path. Click  on  object  to  be   animated. Click  on  Inspector. Go  to  Build  Inspector Click  on  the  Action  tab.   Click  on    Move    in  the   Effect  menu.  Click  and   drag  the  Ghosted  effect   in  the  direction  you  want   it  to  go. Tuesday, 30 July 13
  • 10. To  further  animate  add   another  effect  or  add  a   motion  path. Click  on  object  to  be   animated. Click  on  Inspector. Go  to  Build  Inspector Click  on  the  Action  tab.   Click  on    Move    in  the   Effect  menu.  Click  and   drag  the  Ghosted  effect   in  the  direction  you  want   it  to  go. Tuesday, 30 July 13
  • 11. To  further  animate  add   another  effect  or  add  a   motion  path. Click  on  object  to  be   animated. Click  on  Inspector. Go  to  Build  Inspector Click  on  the  Action  tab.   Click  on    Move    in  the   Effect  menu.  Click  and   drag  the  Ghosted  effect   in  the  direction  you  want   it  to  go. Tuesday, 30 July 13
  • 12. These  shapes  were   made  using  the   Draw  tools  in   PowerPoint.  I  made   3  different  shapes,   changed  the  colours   and  then  highlighted   them  all  and  then   duplicated  them   (Command  D) I  added  3   different  effects   to  these  shapes   using  the  Build   in,  Build  Out  and     Action  choices Tuesday, 30 July 13
  • 13. These  shapes  were   made  using  the   Draw  tools  in   PowerPoint.  I  made   3  different  shapes,   changed  the  colours   and  then  highlighted   them  all  and  then   duplicated  them   (Command  D) I  added  3   different  effects   to  these  shapes   using  the  Build   in,  Build  Out  and     Action  choices Tuesday, 30 July 13
  • 14. These  shapes  were   made  using  the   Draw  tools  in   PowerPoint.  I  made   3  different  shapes,   changed  the  colours   and  then  highlighted   them  all  and  then   duplicated  them   (Command  D) I  added  3   different  effects   to  these  shapes   using  the  Build   in,  Build  Out  and     Action  choices Tuesday, 30 July 13
  • 15. These  shapes  were   made  using  the   Draw  tools  in   PowerPoint.  I  made   3  different  shapes,   changed  the  colours   and  then  highlighted   them  all  and  then   duplicated  them   (Command  D) I  added  3   different  effects   to  these  shapes   using  the  Build   in,  Build  Out  and     Action  choices Tuesday, 30 July 13
  • 16. These  shapes  were   made  using  the   Draw  tools  in   PowerPoint.  I  made   3  different  shapes,   changed  the  colours   and  then  highlighted   them  all  and  then   duplicated  them   (Command  D) I  added  3   different  effects   to  these  shapes   using  the  Build   in,  Build  Out  and     Action  choices Tuesday, 30 July 13
  • 17. These  shapes  were   made  using  the   Draw  tools  in   PowerPoint.  I  made   3  different  shapes,   changed  the  colours   and  then  highlighted   them  all  and  then   duplicated  them   (Command  D) I  added  3   different  effects   to  these  shapes   using  the  Build   in,  Build  Out  and     Action  choices Tuesday, 30 July 13
  • 18. Draw  your  shape Move  it  to  the   back Duplicate  the   whole  slide  and   move  the  lava   out  a  bit  more. Repeat  with   more  slides  until   you  have  the   lava  running   down  the   mountain. Step  Three:  add  objects  that   animate  over  several  slides  and   change  shape To view this as an animation, press the arrow quickly to get to each page. Page animation instructions on last slide. Tuesday, 30 July 13
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  • 24. Right  click  on  the   shape  and  select   Edit  Points. Click  and  drag  on   the  points  to   change  the  shape   gradually. Tuesday, 30 July 13
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  • 27. Step  Four:  add  objects  that   animate  over  several  slides  and   change  shape Tuesday, 30 July 13
  • 28. ¡ Highlight  the  slides  to   be  animated  in  the   slides  outline  panel ¡ Click  on  Slide  Inspector,   change  the  Start   Transition  to   Automatically  and  leave   the  timing  at  00.00   Tuesday, 30 July 13