on the last Frame
of your current animation. In this example, that would be Frame
18 since that's how many frames were created for the first text
out some new text at the point where the first text faded to 0%
Step 8: Animating the New Text
Selection... the same way
you did earlier.
This time a value of 90 was used since we want the animation to
travel Upwards this time.
You don't have to figure out the Direction
in this window. Most often it's easier to leave the Direction
at the default setting and modify it in the document by dragging
the red or green selection handles.
once you have the settings you like. The alert will come up again
telling you that more frames will be added.
Step 9: Testing the Animation
Using the Play
button at the bottom of your document test your animation.
You can also access both of the animations
you created in the Library Panel (Window>Library).
Step 10: Optimizing and Exporting
In the Optimize
Panel, click Animated Gif
This animation is a bit large because
of the number of Frames. You'll always be faced with the challenge
of including enough frames to make the animation play smoothly while
still respecting file size. Generally, an animation of 10 Frames
will work best.
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