In this episode of MacBreak Studio, I show Steve how to animate a photo to look as if it's been thrown onto a table. In the process, we have a bit of a "behavior party" as I use a bunch of different behaviorss (and not a single keyframe!) to produce the animation.
Returing to MacBreak Studio, I show Steve Martin from Ripple Training some different ways to approach creating the same type of animation in order to demonstrate the versatility of Motion's toolset.
Here's a MacBreak Studio double-header: 2 shows about working with keyframes in Motion
In the first episode, I discuss how to create animation with keyframes, and how to then adjust those keyframes:
And in this follow-up episode, I demonstrate some techniques for copying keyframed animations to other objects:
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