Let’s apply a motion path. You use a motion path to move something in a very specific way on a slide. You can also combine motion paths with other effects.
Other videos in this course
This video is part of a training course called Design motion paths. You can download the entire course or watch the videos online:
- Video: Design motion paths. (You are here!) Let’s apply a motion path. You use a motion path to move something in a very specific way on a slide. You can also combine motion paths with other effects.
- Video: Work with a motion path. In this movie, we’ll focus on creating the motion path for an animation effect, so you can see how to work with a path.
- Video: Combine a path with other effects. A motion path can be especially powerful when you combine it with another animation effect. In this movie, we'll apply a Spin and other effects to our wheel animation to complete the rolling effect we want to achieve.
- Video: Create a sequence with line paths. Many motion path animation sequences are fairly simple to create, but it may not look that way. We'll re-create a sequence, to show you more techniques for using motion paths and animation.
- Video: Apply paths to layered pictures. How do you apply motion paths or other effects to the items you can’t see when you first view a slide? We'll take a look at some tools that help.
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