How to create a keyframe animation

How to create a keyframe animation


Hello! This is the Movavi vlog, I’m Roman and today
I’m going to talk about how to make an object in your video move just like this. Let’s get started! We read lots of your suggestions for new videos. And we always take note! So, today we have a long awaited tutorial
for you – object animation. Using this tool you can bring text, pictures,
even videos to life. And make them move along a given trajectory. You can make your own intro or simply your
video more interesting. And now I’m going to show you how you can
do it. Expensive and hard-to-use video editors are
usually used to create this effect – called key-frame animation. Fortunately, there is a simpler and less expensive
way to do it. You can find an animation tool in the new
Movavi Video Editor 14 Plus. Highlight the object you want to animate on
the timeline. Go to the animation tab and Click ‘Add animation’ You’ll see two points appear inside the
clip on the timeline. These are the keyframes. The first dot is the position from which the
movement starts. The second is where the object will stop moving. In the player, set the size and position of
the object for a new keyframe. You can rotate the object and change its opacity. To alter the keyframe, just double click it. Move the dots inside the clip simply by dragging
them. The closer they are, the faster the object
will move. The farther apart, the slower You can add as many dots as you like to create
complex animations. Just click ‘add a keyframe’
You can make the object move in any direction, rotate, get smaller or larger, disappear and
appear smoothly, freeze, move faster or slower. It’s like magic, isn’t it? Hope you can make it work for you! Don’t hesitate to ask us questions in the
comments below, and show us the animation you’ve created. A quick reminder that you need the extended
version of the program – Movavi Video Editor Plus – to make animations. The link is in the description. Subscribe to the Movavi channel, ring the
bell below and suggest ideas for new videos below. See you soon!

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