[Xerte] Re: Creating Animation
johnbijnens1 at gmail.com
Fri Jul 4 09:59:43 BST 2014
I'm very curious to know how this is done using PowerPoint.
I guess a movie is made out of a lot of individual frames (with the use of e.g. something like Camtasia) and then afterwards a voice is placed on top of it.
If this is the way it is done, this is a very tedious time consuming activity.
Perhaps an opensource software package like e.g. synfig can make things a little bit easier.
You can find more information about synfig on the following link
This is a very interesting thing. I'm very anxious to know more about how this is done.
On 4/07/2014 10:48, Julian Tenney wrote:
> I'm just wondering what approaches people use for this sort of thing: we have a lecturer who wants to create animation simply. He's currently using powerpoint
> to create this sort of thing: http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/toolkits/play_10711
> I think the results are really good, and it's taken some time to get right. I'm interested in optimising the approach a bit, to make it fast and efficient:
> maybe this is the best way of doing it, maybe there are others?
> What I'm interested in is what approaches / tools do people use for this sort of thing? It doesn't have to be high end output: it could be a mixture of screen
> capture, whilst dragging things around and narrating the process for example. We're not looking to turn staff into Flash developers, it's more about simple
> approaches that are easy and quick to do.
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