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  • Create It! Line Wipe Transition
    October 21, 2020 Jennifer Clark

    Create It! Line Wipe Transition

    This Tutorial is for both Photopia Director and ProShow Producer users (Sorry Creator users!). We'll create a Left to Right Wipe Transition with a thin white line following a masking layer.Why can't Creator users do this?  Creator doesn't have the...

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  • Create It! Reflected Title Slide
    August 6, 2020 Jennifer Clark

    Create It! Reflected Title Slide

    In this lesson you'll learn how to create this reflected title, but you'll also learn when you should, and shouldn't, use it. You'll use: Text Layers Gradient Masking Layers Flip, Skew, Blur, and Opacity Settings Groups - Keyframes

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  • Create It! Diagonal Mask Title Slide
    July 20, 2020 Jennifer Clark

    Create It! Diagonal Mask Title Slide

    In this Tutorial you'll learn about: Creating Masks from Gradient Layers Using Color Stay Keyframes in Gradient Layers Duplicating and Flipping Masks Swapping Layer Images, as opposed to adding new ones Animating Layers using Keyframes Adding a Smooth Motion Easing...

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  • Create It! Three Line Text Masks
    May 2, 2020 Jennifer Clark

    Create It! Three Line Text Masks

    This effect can be done in both ProShow and Photopia programs. You'll learn about different types of Masking Layers, Changing the Resolution of a Solid Layer, Keyframing Position, and Motion Easing. Photopia users will get an extra lesson in the...

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  • Create It! The Magnifying Glass
    April 25, 2020 Jennifer Clark

    Create It! The Magnifying Glass

    This effect is easiest when using either Producer 9 or Photopia Director, as it uses the Follow Filter. It can still be created in earlier versions of Producer and Photopia Creator, you'll just have to add extra keyframes to the...

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  • Using Text as a Mask
    January 9, 2020 Jennifer Clark

    Using Text as a Mask

    In this tutorial you'll learn how to turn a Text Layer into a mask over an image.  You'll also learn how to animate those images AND the Text Layer itself!

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