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Power Up Your PowToon Studio Project by Bruce Graham

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Chapter 7. Animations, Animating, and Transitions

In this chapter, we'll look at bringing your PowToon alive with "movement". There are three ways to do this. First, you can animate PowToon Studio objects (making things move). Secondly, you can use animations (objects that have been built containing moving elements within the PowToon tool or imported objects that do the same). Thirdly, you can animate in a way such that one slide moves to another in what is known as transitions.

The definitions I have made between "animating" and "animations" are perhaps a bit arbitrary; however, they are useful in this instance because PowToon has given us a huge advantage by providing:

  • Some interesting/unique ways to bring objects in and out of play (animating ...

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