How to animate on Procreate
As a long time ago mentioned animation on Procreate is very difficult! Well, it is very easy now! There are now so many great new features on the latest version of Procreate, like the ability to export to Flash, and easily convert PSD layouts to animated GIFs. If you are an experienced and pro level animator then this will be ideal for you. But what if you want to start learning how to animate on Procreate? We will cover the basics in this article.
Animation setup on the iPad is very similar to that of a PC. Open the iMovie application and import your files. If you don’t have any animated gifs to use, you can go to the movie section and import a video from your hard drive. If you already have an animated gif to use, just import that instead of the other options.
You will need to go to the video section and pick an option from the quick view section to display a preview. There are three basic methods for animated layers in the iPad, the first being the full frame option. Using this method, you will create a movie out of every frame of your animation, which will look very nice.
The second method is by using the slow motion option and using this option you will make a smooth transition from one frame to the next frame. The third option is the one that most people are familiar with, the tap method. This is how you get the full animation effect, and it is by far the easiest method to learn how to animate on Procreate and watch it come to life on your screen. All you have to do is tap an element to add it to your animation. You can change the speed at any time, and the transition will be smooth as can be.
It isn’t too difficult to learn how to animate on Procreate because you can tap items, scroll through the animation window, and even use the pinch feature to zoom in and out of the screen. There are many different YouTube videos that show you how to do these things in real life, so you can follow along and practice until you get it just right. If you are having some troubles getting the motion to work as you would like, try playing around with different settings on the animation options, and also changing the speed at which the video streams. These simple animations can really come in handy when you need to take a quick break from your session. They can also be used to introduce new elements to your website or squeeze page, and they can really spice up your ads, landing pages, and other things that you want to promote with ads.
How to animate on Procreate by adding in a video player: The video player lets you select a specific frame to play back your animation on. To select the frame in the video player, click the little play arrow above the frames option. Once you have chosen a frame in the video player, you can then drag the bottom half of the selected frame over to the beginning of the selected frame and let the play begin. This is a very simple way to switch back and forth between two frames in your animation.