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How to create a slide show presentation completely with crazy animator

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hi guys ... is there a tutorial to create a slideshow / presentation with crazy animator. i like to create some animated content in the stage. after a moment the content should fly out an new content will presented in the empty stage. and so on ...

or it should be a story like this here https://youtu.be/Omppm_YUG2g
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You can do either of those with CTA.
For your fist method: For each "set" create a separate project. Export each set sequence and then put everything together in a video editor (NLE).
For the AWS video example: Use the camera movement to zoom out to get more of your scene.

Jeff



See my CTA Tutorials on the YouTube channel CTAStepByStep
Check out EZColors for CTA. The easy way to change Render Styled (RS) colors.

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The problem is that if you have N scenes, then you need N Videos to create previously with CTA
Then you need another external tool to mix together the N videos
Another problem is that the borders between scenes are very dificult to adjust with separate videos
The same happen with the audio that it is more dificult to adjust wit several videos
So I think this approach is only suitable if there was not another way.
And there is that other way just including the N scenes in one unic CTA project.
See: CTA2: Multi Scene Tutorial
https://youtu.be/_3VNURoNghU




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