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Create Animated Whiteboard Videos in PowerPoint

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Topics include illustration, design, photography, and more

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Lessons in This Class

13 Lessons (1h 41m)
    • 1. Introduction

      1:27
    • 2. Class Project

      1:39
    • 3. Getting Ready

      3:02
    • 4. Warm Up - Whiteboard Text Animations

      14:16
    • 5. Warm Up - Whiteboard Illustration Animations

      13:46
    • 6. Designing The Scenes

      14:52
    • 7. Animating Scene 1

      7:54
    • 8. Animating Scene 2

      6:58
    • 9. Animating Scenes 3-5

      7:03
    • 10. Adding Voiceover

      10:23
    • 11. Exporting to a Video

      2:19
    • 12. Bonus Lesson - Advanced Illustration Animation

      11:12
    • 13. Bonus Lesson - Advanced Text Animation

      6:08
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About This Class

Hello Ladies & Gentlemen! In this Skillshare class you will learn how you can create your own animated whiteboard videos in PowerPoint step by step.

If you are a student you can use animated whiteboard videos to present your projects in a fun and dynamic way and impress your teachers or professors.  If you are a teacher, you can use whiteboard animations to grab the attention of your students and keep them engaged. In case you are a business professional, you can use whiteboard animations to create a compelling explainer video for your business and connect with your target audience.

Additionally after taking this class you will have a good understanding on how to use animations in PowerPoint, this will help you create any kind of animated content that you wish: animated presentations, explainer videos, book summaries, tutorials, social media videos etc.

For this class the newest PowerPoint version is recommended, however if you have PowerPoint 2010, 2013 or 2016, you will be able to follow just fine. I’m personally using Microsoft 365. So, let’s get started!

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Hello Ladies & Gentlemen, I'm One Skill, Powerpoint Teacher and Youtuber. Let Me Help You Make Your Powerpoint Presentations Super Awesome!

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1. Introduction: Hello, my dear friends. Throughout this class, I'll show you how you can create your very own awesome animated whiteboard explainer video in PowerPoint. By the end of this class, you'll become a PowerPoint animation expert and you'll be able to create animated videos for your business school, university or social media. Let me introduce myself on the Internet. I go by the name of one skill and that is my nickname. My real name is Casper as I come from Vilnius, Lithuania and I love PowerPoint. I have been creating PowerPoint tutorial since 2014, And I have always been impressed by the fact that you can create so many creations just using PowerPoint and the possibility to create animated videos is just super impressive for this PowerPoint class, you do need to have advanced bar upon knowledge. However, having basic PowerPoint knowledge is always helpful. I have done my best to explain everything step-by-step, zoom in when needed, and show keyboard shortcuts on the screen for this class, I'm using Microsoft 365 on Windows, however, and in PowerPoint versions starting from PowerPoint 2010 will do just fine if there will be any features that are available only in the newest PowerPoint versions and that we will need to use. I will definitely mentioned that and provide workarounds. This class is great for teachers, students, freelancers, and business professionals. Everyone who wants to take their PowerPoint animation skills to the next level. All right, I'm ready. How about you? Let's get started. 2. Class Project: All right, so for our class project, we'll be creating an animated whiteboard explainer video. In PowerPoint, I will walk you through the different stages of creating a whiteboard animation video. So first of all, we will get ready and make sure that we have everything that we need for a great start. After that, we will warm up and learn the main whiteboard animation techniques for text and illustrations. And then we will design the scenes for our video. And after that, we will add animations, voiceover, background music, and sound effects. And finally, we will export our PowerPoint slides into a video whiteboard animations are often used for creating explainer videos. So for this class project, I have decided to create an explainer video as well. Come up with a story about a man named Jack who loves reading books, but hardly has any time to read the book until the moment he discovers audiobooks. So feel free to follow along and recreate the same explainer video if you wish. I have attached the final class project slice and the Projects and Resources section. And those lines you will find all of the fonts, illustrations, animations, and sounds that I have used. Additionally, you can come up with their own story and create your own custom whiteboard animation video. It can be anything you wish. Explainer video, animated story, animated presentation. And please share your work in the project section, just click the green button, Create Project and your project title description at a couple of screenshots of your work in progress and your final video and click Publish. It will be a huge pleasure for me and your fellow classmates to check out your project, looking forward to seeing your works. And now let's get started with the first lesson. 3. Getting Ready: Hello ladies and gentlemen, and I welcome you to this getting ready lesson where we will make sure that we have everything that we need for our awesome whiteboard animation. And as you can see, there are a couple of things that we need to take care of. And the first one is fonts. So I would suggest picking a handwritten font, one for your header and one for your smaller text. And as you can see, I have chosen Dinah Tabia for heaters and PATRIC hand for the smaller text. And by the way, if you are wondering, why do I have identical fonts here on the right side? So this is just a check if all of the fonts are displaying correctly on your computer. If you do not have these fonts, you can just click on these little green buttons and download the fonts. Additionally, you can find more brush fonts on deaf font.com or more hand-written fonts and fonts google.com. All right, then the next step is a script or a story. And since we are creating an explainer video, we need to have some kind of story. And I have came up with this, a story about a man who loves to read books but has no time to read books. And I have broken down this story or this script in two separate parts. This first part, our hero Jack loves to read books, but he feels that he has less and less time to read books. So he has a challenge, but then he discovers a solution, audio books, That's awesome. After that, I provide more information. How does this solution work? How do audio books work? And finally, I provide CTA all to action. So feel free to use this same structure if you wish. But of course you can be flexible and customize this structure to your needs are right there. Next, let's talk about colors. So I have chosen these two main beautiful colors. One is a gray and one is this greenish bluish color. You can see the hex values such as below. And here at the bottom I have inserted two more circles, one with a shadow and one where the outline, these guys will help us out when we will be creating these kind of sticker style illustrations. Okay, our next one more important thing that we need to have is a picture of a hand holding the pen. And here I have prepared a couple of photos. I have removed the background so you can use these photos right away. And if you'd like to find more beautiful photos of hands holding a pen, you can go to free pick dot-com. And finally, the last step is preparing some illustrations that we'll be using in our whiteboard animation videos. So you could draw and create all of these illustrations yourself. Or you could go to star, star.com and use some prepared illustrations to save some time. In this class project we will be using mainly all of the illustrations from story said.com. Okay, my friends. So before moving to the next lesson, make sure that you decide what kind of fonts you'll be using in your own project. You can use the same font that I'm using. Makes sure that you have a script or a story. Decide what kind of colors you'll be using. Pka, picture of a hand. And as well, you can go to store a set.com and choose some illustrations or use the same illustrations that you can find in the class project slides. And in the next lesson will be warming up and creating our first whiteboard text animation. So I'll see you there. 4. Warm Up - Whiteboard Text Animations: Hello my friends and welcome back. In this lesson, we'll be warming up and creating some awesome whiteboard text animations. So let me show you what kind of text animations we'll be creating. So the first one is called text appearing via letter. So as you can see, these words whiteboard animation are appearing letter by letter, stats. It really simple and easy to create animation. The next one is calling drawing text, and this one is using the draw feature that is available in Microsoft 365 and PowerPoint does and 21. But since the drill feature is only available in the newest PowerPoint versions will not be focusing too much on this draw feature, but still I will show you how you can create this text animation. All right, Our next we have this whiteboard text animation called the XY. So here we have this hand picture moving up and down. And at the same time as you can see, the textbox is wiping to the right side. And that's a really nice looking whiteboard text animation. But the animation that I would recommend and would like you to learn as this one called uncovering text. As you can see once again, the hand is moving up and down and falling the text. But this time the text is not getting y up, that's getting uncovered gradually. So I will definitely show you how you can create this awesome uncovering text animation. All right, so let's jump into the action. So first of all, let me show you how we can create this text appearing bilateral animation. So once again, this is how the animation looks like. The letters are appearing one-by-one. That's awesome. So let's just hit Enter and insert a fresh blank new slide. Let's go to insert text box. And let's insert a text box. Let's type in whiteboard animation. All right. Let's make sure we select the whole text less center align the text. Ls increase the font size, for example, 54. Okay, and for the font, Let's choose dynode top Via dei Natalia, the font that we have chosen in the previous lesson. Okay, Let's make sure that textbox is center aligned to this slide. Now for this first word, let's choose our great color. All right? And for the animation word, Let's choose this bluish greenish color, all right, And by the way, if you don't see any colors in the recent color row, you can always go to More Colors, go to Custom and input your hex values of your chosen colors. So if you'd like to use the same colors that I'm using, you can add germ to our class projects Slide number five. Think it's number five. Yes, it is. In here. You will find the hex values for these two beautiful colors that I have chosen. So feel free to follow along and copy the same hex values. All right, so the textbox is finished and now we can jump to animations and apply appear animation to this textbox. Now let's go to Animation Pane. Let's double-click this animation so that we can enter the options. And now let's make sure that text is animated by letter. Let's just choose my electrode. And for the delay between letters, Let's choose 0.1 seconds, okay? And the animation is pretty much finished. So that's a really basic and easy to create whiteboard text animation that we'll be using quite a lot and our explainer video. All right, The next let me show you how you can create this Weinberg text animation called drawing. Powerpoint basically replaced the drawing or writing over the text. And please note that this feature is only available in the latest PowerPoint versions. So let's just jump to the Draw tab. Let's select this Ben, we can select different thicknesses of the band weekend, select different colors. So let's select the gray color. All right? And you can draw with your mouse, with your touchpad, or you can connect a graphics tablet if you have one. And I will just try to use my mouse to draw some text. And I think this text is getting a little bit toothpicks. So that's not a big deal. We can get back the thickness options. Let's choose a lower setting unless try once again. Let's just draw a word, your end for the next word, let's choose a different color. All right, and let's just type or draw text. So it's going to be your text. That's awesome. And once we're finished drawing, we have to click on this little cursor to exit the drawing mode. And now we can select these two pieces of text and we can move them around. And as well, we can go to animations and add replay animation to work for these guys. And let's make sure that the animation for the second textbox is started after previous, so that the first text box, please, and only then the second one on the right. And this is how the animation looks like. And of course, you can adjust the speed of these animations by adjusting the duration of the animation. And now let me show you one more awesome way how we can use the draw feature if you have it in your PowerPoint version. So if you remember in the getting ready lesson, we have this text underlying effect and this circle effect. And both of these animations were created with a drawer feature. Okay, So let me just quickly grabbed this textbox getting ready. Let's copy it and let's paste it into our slide. Okay, and now once again, let's jump to the Draw tab. Let's select the pen. Let's choose the thickness that we wish. All right, and now let's just underline this text. And don't worry if you don't like the line, you can always undo control Z and draw once again until you are happy. And once again, let's click on this little cursor to exit the drawing mode. And if we wish weekend send this Greenland to bag by hitting Control Shift and left bracket. And now we can jump to animations and apply a replay animation. And this time let's choose 1 second for the duration. And this is the underlying effect under the getting ready textbox. That's awesome. And following the same steps, you can easily create the circle animation for your text. Looking good or bad guys. So next let's talk about the whiteboard text animation called text wrap. So this is how it looks like. As you can see, we have a hand picture and we have two animations happening at the same time, the hand is falling the text and the text is fading or wiping to the right side. And this way we're getting this beautiful effect as if the text is being written on the slide by this hand. That's awesome. All right, so let's insert your blank new slide and let me show you how you can create this awesome text animation. So we can reuse this whiteboard animation textbooks from the previous slide. Let's just make sure that we remove any of the animations. And as well, we'll have to find a picture of a hand holding a pen. So if you'd like to some time you can jump to slide number 6 so far Class Project slides and pick any hand that you wish. For example, this one, let's copy it and let's paste it into our slide. And once again, let's make sure that there are no animations. We will create all of the animations from scratch. Okay, so let's position the hand somewhere right here. Okay? And now one more important thing that we need to take care of is the rotation center of the hand picture. Currently the center of rotation is somewhere where the center of the image is or that's logical. But we'd like the center of rotation to be where the tip of the marker is. And one easy way to change the rotation center of this hand picture is to duplicate it. Let's flip it vertically and let's flip it horizontally. And now let's make sure that the tips of these two pens are almost touching each other. So let me just zoom in a little bit. Okay, so let's make sure the tips of these markers or pens are almost touching each other. Okay, and now we can hold down the Shift key, select both would these photos and hit Control G to group. Okay? So now we have one big group of two pictures. And now if we rotate this group, as you can see, you Happy new rotation center. That's awesome. Now let's just make this duplicated hand and visible. We can go to picture transparency options and let's make it 100% transparent. And now we have only this one hand visible and it has in your rotation center where the tip of the marker. All right, That's wonderful. And now let's make sure that we select the visible hand unless add a little bit of transparency to this picture as well. For example, around 70 percent. Okay, that looks good. Because now we'll be adding custom motion path to this hand and we want to see where the text goes. Okay, so let's make sure that we have selected the hand. We can go to selection pane. We can rename this group to hand. All right, and now let's jump to the animation tab and let's look for custom motion path animations. Let's click on Add animation. Let's scroll down a little bit. And here it is, custom motion path. And now all we have to do is just keep on clicking and follow the letters. And for some of the letters I'm clicking or really precisely for example w. But for some of the letters like a or I or t, I'm just clicking up and down because this animation will be quite fast and we will not see how there's no hand, most precisely. So more or less, you can just click up and down and cover each letter. Of course, for letter a, you can be more precise. But for example, for letter N, I'm just clicking up and down, up and down. Okay, so I'll finish this motion path and meet you in a second. Okay, so the custom motion path is ready and this is how it looks like the hand is following the letters. That's awesome. So you can see this animation is quite fast so we can increase the duration. For example, let's type in the four and as well, Let's head back the transparency of the hand picture. Let's reduce it to 0. There's good. Let's check out the animation once again. I think PowerPoint has automatically added some are small, start as small fans. So let's jump into the animation options. We can remove any smooth start and smooth end. Okay, let's check it out once again. Okay, we're looking good. So the hand animation is ready. And now all that's left to do is to add a wipe animation to the textbox itself. All right, so once again, this is how the final animation should look like. All right, so let's get back to our slide and Alice select this text box, and let's go to Animation staff and let's choose wipe animation. And for the direction, well, it's used from left or kill us, makes sure that the text animation is happening with previous. So at the same time would hand. And for the duration, let's use the same duration, four seconds. And let's see how it looks like. We might need to do some adjustments. As you can see, the hand animation is a little bit slower. So this wipe animation finishes faster. So this means that we should reduce the duration of the hand animation. Let's try 3.5 seconds for the hand animation. And let's check it out once again. All right, looking good. But as I have mentioned, the animation that I liked the most and that I would recommend for whiteboard videos is the text uncover animation. And this is the one that we will be doing next. So let's go to Text uncover animation. Okay, So let's check out this animation once again. And as you can see, the text is not being wiped, but it's being gradually uncovered. And I think that this kind of text animation as much more natural and realistic and would fit your whiteboard video really well. So let me show you how we can create the effect and the good news on that. We have pretty much created everything that we need for the uncovered text animation. We have the hand, we have the textbox. So let's select everything from our previous slide and let's paste it into a new slide. Let's just remove the text animation. We don't need it. Okay, let's make sure that there's just this one custom motion path animation for the hand. And now let's go to Insert Shapes. Analysts insert a rectangle. Okay? We can fill it with any bright color debt we wish. And let's remove the outline and I'll let's make sure that this rectangle covers the whole text or came. Let me just change the fill color to yellow thing this way it looks much more pleasing to the eye. And let's send this hand picture different. Okay? All right, so let's make sure that the whole text box is covered by this yellow rectangle. Okay, so let's move it to the start of the textbox. And by the way, make sure that the tip of the marker is still popping out a little bit here on the left side. Let me zoom back. Let's makes sure that the end of the texts discovered as well. All right, and our oldest left to do is to select the hand picture. Let's go to animations. Let's choose the animation painter and let's paste the same customer motion path animation that this yellow rectangle. And let's make sure that the rectangle animation is started with previous, so at the same time with their hand. Okay? And this is how the animation looks like. And as you can see, it looks kind of funny because while direct angle is yellow, but as you can see, the text is being gradually uncovered. And this is the whole secret to this animation. And yes, you guessed it right. And the last step is to fill this rectangle width, white color, and the animation will be finished. Let's fill this rectangle worldwide. And now we can enjoy the animation as you can see that the x is being gradually uncovered. And I think this kind of text animation really fits well to whiteboard videos. And it looks pretty natural and realistic. And as always, if you'd like to change the speed of the animation, you can change the duration of the animation. So let's just insert six seconds for the white rectangle and for the hand. And as well we can add a little bit of smooth start of two seconds, smooth start and smooth. And, and this way the animation we will be looking even more realistic and natural. So let's check out the final result. All right, ladies and gentlemen, I think we had a really good warm-up where the whiteboard text animations in this lesson. And before moving to the next lesson, I encourage you to create a couple of these text animations. So I would recommend trying out the lateral bilateral appearing text animation. That's really simple to create. And the second one is the last animation that we did in this lesson. The uncover animation will be using both of these text animations quite a lot and our explainer video. And in the next lesson we'll be finishing our warm up and we'll be covering some awesome whiteboard illustration animation techniques. So how See you there? 5. Warm Up - Whiteboard Illustration Animations: Hello my friends and welcome back. In this lesson, we will continue our warm-up and this time we'll be animating some illustrations. I'll teach you a couple of awesome illustration animation techniques that are really useful and whiteboard videos. So first of all, I'll show you how you can animate your illustration by individual parts. For this kind of animation to work, you have to break down your illustration into different parts. So I will show you how that's done. And next I'll show you how you can create something that I call sticker fly in effect, scan of animation is really easy to create and it looks pretty impactful. And as you can see, this illustration has this kind of white outline and a subtle shadow. And I'll show you how you can create all of that step-by-step. And now let's go to printer style animation. That's my favorite animation for illustrations. And as you can see, it looks like as if the illustration is being printed by hand. Of course, this is not the natural way how we usually draw illustrations. But still I think this kind of animation fits really well to the whiteboard animation theme that we're going after. And x2, we have a more advanced printer style animation where first the outline is being drawn and only then the color is being filled in. This kind of animation is a little bit more complex and it requires more time to set it up. So we'll not be using this animation in our explainer video, but still if you'd like to learn how to create this kind of animation, I will add a bonus lesson at the end of this class. And there you'll find all of the step-by-step instructions. All right, my friends. So let's start with the first animation where the illustration is appearing by individual parts. So once again, let's check out this green bike bearing by individual parts. By the way, this illustration was provided by par bond itself. If you have the newest PowerPoint version, you can just jump to insert icons. And here you will find this tap illustrations. This time instead of a bike, Let's search for something different. For example, robot or right? This one is waving, waving to us. Hello Mr. Robot. And what's awesome about the illustrations provided by a PowerPoint is that you can easily change the accent color, so that's really useful. But don't worry if your PowerPoint version doesn't have illustrations, you can still jump on the Internet and find plenty of illustrations on websites such a reset.com or free pic.com. All right, and now to break apart your illustration into different parts, you might need to convert your illustration to shape or just right-click and choose Ungroup. And as you can see, we can select the individual parts. That's awesome. Let's put everything back together and now let's select all of these individual parts and let's jump animations. Let's try playing. And if these entrance animations, for example, fade. So let's go to Animation painless. See what's going on. Let's just select all of these animations that have been applied, all of these parts unless make sure all of them are started after previous, so they appear one by one except the first one. We can leave it onclick. And as you can see currently the individual parts of this robot are appearing in a random order. And we can fix that in the animation pane. But first, let me reduce the duration of all of these animations. This will make them a little bit faster. And now let's say we would like this left foot to appear first. So let's just grab this animation of the left foot and let's bring it to the top of the animation list. And now let's do the same for the right foot. And now let's find the animation of this body. Okay, Let's bring it to the third place. And in the same fashion, we can rearrange all of these animations so that everything happens. One, we want it to happen, easy peasy, lemon squeezy, all right, and now everything seems to be in the right order, starting from the feed to the body and into the hands and the head. That's awesome. All right, let's check it out once again on the full screen. And of course we can set the first animation to start onclick. Let's click once and now we see the animation super-duper, awesome. And by the way, now you can quickly select all of these animations and you can apply a different animation. Now we had a fade animation. Let's try flight in animation. Let's choose a direction that we wish. For example, from dump, Let's leave the animation duration at 2.5th. Let's just jump to the Effect Options and let's add a little bit of bounce. And just for fun, for example, 0.3 seconds. Analysts check it out once again. All right, All of the robot parts are flying in from the top with a little bit of bounce and that's awesome. Alright, so that was pretty much it for this animation where the illustration is appearing by individual parts. And now let's lie to the next animation. And this one is called sticker of lie in animation. And as you can see this illustration looks like a sticker. It has a white outline, any subtler shadow and a bounce and flying animation. Let me show you how you can make it step-by-step. So first of all, let me share with you where have I found this illustration? It's OnStar said that calm. The exact link is in the notes of the slides. So what's awesome about these illustrations that you can easily change the accent color as well. So let's say choose a dark gray color. I like to keep the illustrations really simple. So let's disable clouds, less disabled speed lines. And for the background, Let's choose hidden. And now we can download the SVG file. Okay, and now let's just go to Pictures and let's insert this SVG illustration to our slide. All right, Here it is. So we can hold down the Control Shift key to increase this illustration from the center. Just like that. Okay, and if you'd like to access the individual parts, once again, we have to convert this illustration to shape. And now we can select the individual parts. So we can give a new color to the Cape of the superhero. Or green color. Looks good. But let's bring it back to the gray color. Ok, and now let me show you how we can convert this superhero into a sticker. Let me just close out this window so that we have more space and Alice germ to insert shapes. And let's look for a tool that's called curve. Let us click it. And now all we have to do is just click around our superhero. Make sure you leave a little bit of a gap between your land and the illustration. And just click around the whole superhero. Okay, so I'll speed up and I'll catch you in a second. And make sure that you connect the ending point where the starting point and you should get a solid shape just like that. Okay, Now let's change the look of this ship. First of all, let's remove the outline, know outlined is needed. Whole kale is add the shadow. Let's pick this one. Okay, and now let's go to Format, Shape and less customize this shadow a little bit more. So for the transparency, let's try 70 percent, okay. For the blur less, insert 20 points, angle 45 degrees. So looking good and for the distance, Let's try a four-point. Of course, you can experiment with any values that to wish M for the shape itself. Let's fill it with a white color and let's send it to back. And wallah, we have a sticker effect. And by the way, let me undo a couple of times until we get this blue shape. You might remember that in this land where we have picked our theme colors, I have as well. I added this little white circle over the shadow. So we can just hit Control Shift C to copy this tail of this little circle with the shadow. And I will select it as blue shape and paste the same style, hit Control Shift V to paste the style. And as well we can hit Control Shift left bracket to send it to back. Now let's just select everything. Analyst group it into one beautiful group, control G or red. And now finally we can animate this stick if I had Superhero, let's add a flying animation from bottom left corner of the slide that has good. We can increase the duration of this line animation. Let's make it two seconds. Let's germ to animation options unless hadn't mountains of 1.5 seconds. And let's check it out once again, Scott douche, and this is how the sticker fly and animation looks like. Congratulations. And if you'd like to change how this white sticker shape looks like, you can just select it, right-click it and choose Edit Points. And now you can select any of those points. You can use this little wide handles to adjust how the point looks like. You can delete the point, you can add new points, and this way you can customize your white sticker shape if needed. All right, my friends, and now let's jump to my favorite whiteboard, illustration, animation technique and bad as printers style. So this is how it looks like. Once again, it looks like as if the superhero is being printed by the hand. That's awesome. All right, so I think we can reuse this sticker Superhero. Let's just copy him. Let's insert a fresh blank new slide and let's paste that superhero. Let's just ungroup him and let's delete this white outline. We don't need it. Let's just use this awesome illustration. And now one more thing that we need for this type of animation is of course, a hand. So we can reuse this one that we have previously used in the uncovering text animation. Let's copy this hand. Let's get back to our slide and let's paste the hand right here. Let's just make sure that we remove any of the animations because we will create all of the animations that we need from scratch and Alice positioned as hands somewhere right here. As you can see, this hand is not tall enough. So let's jazz. Grab one of the corners, hold down the Shift key and let's increase the size of this picture. And now everything is looking good horror answer, Let's position this handsome arrived here at the tip of the superhero arm or game. And now let's make sure that we select the hand. And let's go to transparency options and let's drop down the transparency of this hand. Guess now we'll be adding a motion path, a custom motion path. So it's really useful to have this semi-transparent hand because we can see the underlying illustration. So let's make sure we choose the custom motion path. And now we just basically have to click and zigzag through the whole illustration from top to bottom. So let me speed up a little bit and I'll catch you in a second. Just make sure that you've covered the whole illustration with your zigzag. And at the end just double-click to exit the custom motion path mode. All right, and now we can set back the transparency of this picture. Actually let's set it to 0 so it's fully visible. Or came. And our weekend increase the duration of the animation just for fun so that we can see this animation better as well unless you count what is the smooth start and smooth end is four seconds for both, there's good. And this is how the animation looks currently. So as you can see, the hand is moving and now all that's left to do is to insert a rectangle that will be our cover. Okay, So let's just jump to insert. Shapes and let's find the rectangle tool. Okay, Let's make sure that we remove the outline, okay, and for the fill, Let's pick a bright color. And now once again, let's make sure that the hand is in the front so we can just hit control shift and right bracket or just right-click and choose bring to front. Oh, okay. And now let's position this rectangle so that it covers the whole illustration. Okay, but let's make sure that the tip of the marker is still popping out just a little bit, just like that. And now let's make sure that we cover the whole illustration by this rectangle. We can make this rectangle a little bit wider as well. No. Okay. And now let's make sure that we select the handlers. Good animations, animation painter and let's paste the same animation to direct angle. Let's just make sure that the animation is started with previous, at the same time with the hand and our lives check it out. What kind of result do have so far. Okay, so you can see the rectangle and the hand is zigzagging through the whole illustration from top to bottom. All right, so now let me change the fill color of this rectangle to white and less chicken out this animation once again and this time on the full screen. Let's see if everything is looking. All right. Okay. And as you can see, some parts of the illustration here at the bottom are sticking out too soon. So this means that we have to adjust the width of our cover. Let me just turn it back to yellow so that we can see the rectangle enlists increase the width here on the right side. Okay? And at the same time, Let's bring this rectangle closer to the tip of the marker, okay, thing. This way the animation will look even more natural and more smooth, just like that. And I think everything should be ready by now, Let's turn the rectangle to white again, and let's check out the animation on the full screen. All right, So the illustration is being printed and this time I think all of the parts are being revealed or uncovered gradually, which means great success. Congratulations. Now you know how you can create whiteboard animations for your illustrations. So definitely before moving to the next lesson, please try out creating a couple of these animation. Strive to create one of those animations where illustration is appearing by individual parts. You can reuse the same Robot Illustration if you wish. You'll find it on class project slide number 17. And please tryout creating one of these stickers style flying illustrations as well. You can reuse this superhero illustration as well. Or you can download any other illustration from star, star.com and as well make sure that you have some fun with this printer style animation where the hand is sprinting and illustration. Illustration that you pick are right. And as mentioned before for this advanced printer style animation where the outline is being drawn first and only then the color. I'll add a bonus lesson at the end of this class because we will not be using this type of animation and our explain their videos. So I thought weekend, just skip it for now. But if you wish to learn about it, you can jumped bonus section and learn about it right away. All right, never ends, so the warm-up is finally finished. And in the next lesson we will start designing scenes, scenes for our explainer video. So I'll meet you there. 6. Designing The Scenes: Hello and welcome back, ladies and gentlemen, now you are fully prepared and ready to start creating your own awesome explainer video. And in this lesson, I'll show you how you can design scenes for your explainer video. We'll design a 50 season total that will illustrate our script. And as you remember in our Getting Started lesson, we have divided our script, our animation script, into different parts. Actually, I forgot to highlight that intro part. So we have first of all, the intro part and then the challenge solution. How does it work and CTA? So basically this sentence, meet Jack, he loves reading books. This is going to be our first part. Then we have the challenge solution. A little bit more information how the solution works and CD call to action. So we have five scenes in total. And for this reason we'll be creating five scenes or five slides. And each of these flights will represent the different parts of our script. So this is going to be seen number 1, does this scene number two, number three, number four, and this is the last scene or slide, slide number five. That's awesome. And to make it more simple, so death, we don't have to jump between the script and the slides. I have added this script which belongs to this slide in the notes section. And here as well you can see all of the illustrations that were used. So as you can see, meet Jack, I have inserted in these wars as the header of this line and the rest of the script, he loves reading books, I'll just say during the voice-over and use these illustrations to show that Jaclyn is reading books. Now in the second scene, I have added these two words, but lately as the slide title as well, I have added, and Jack is having less and less time to read the book as a smaller text. And for the rest of the script, I have inserted a couple of illustrations that illustrate different points of the script. Just working long hours in the office, never-ending to-do list and getting tired at the end of the day. And in the notes section I have as well added all of the links to all of the illustrations that were used. And very soon I'll show you how to design scenes with these beautiful illustrations. And for slide number 3, once again, I have inserted a couple of words in the slide title and the rest of the script is being illustrated by illustrations. And in the same way I have designed in number 4 and number 5, just adding the slide title, any couple of illustrations to illustrate this crypt, It's always better to use more illustrations or pictures instead of text. Additionally, we'll be adding a voice-over in a later lesson that will connect everything together. And for the last scene, scene number five, I have allowed myself to add a little bit more text if you'd like to start your own audiobook journey, I have inserted that directly into the slide. And for the rest of the script, I just inserted and imaginary and website address your website.com. I'll write my friend's soul is design a couple of these scenes from scratch so that you can learn to process and design and it seemed that you wish. All right, so for this scene, first of all, we have a slide title, me Jack. So let's insert a text box. Let's just go to our fresh blank new slide. Let's go to Insert, Let's click Text box, and let's just type in Meet Jack. These are the first two words of our script. That's awesome. Let's make sure we highlight that text less center align it. Like change the font to Dinah Poppaea. And let's increase the font size to 50 form. And let's align this text box to the middle of this line. And to align your text box to the middle of the slide, you can go to arrange align options and choose Align Center. But I have used this little button aligned to center and I have added this button to my Quick Access Toolbar. You can add anything new debt to wish for quick access. That's awesome. All right, so next let's fill these awards with some colors. So for the first word, let's choose our gray color. And for the second word, let's choose our theme. Bluish, greenish color. By the way, if you would like, you could add these colors to your theme color palettes. Currently we're just using the recent colors and to add new colors to your color palette, you can just go to Colors, click on Customize Colors. Here you have our six x and colors. Just open any of those colors go to more colors. And here you can input your custom hex code. That's awesome. But for this class project, I think we can use a recent colors and that will be just perfectly fine. All right, so the slide title is already well as bring it on worse, just a little bit. Just a little bit more. That's perfect. Okay, and next we need to start inserting these beautiful illustration as n here in the notes section, you'll find all of the links. So this is the first illustration we'll be using. As you can see, it's a little bit different from this one. So I'll show you how we can customize illustrations. But first, let's make sure we simplified this illustration inside of storage set so we can hide the background and as well weekend disable all of the layers that we don't need. All we need is that character. We can as well change the accent color to make it simple, let's choose white. That's awesome, is you can see we have some additional elements, but don't worry, we'll delete them. And now we can download the SVG file, since I already have this illustration on my computer, religious go to insert pictures and choose this device. Analysts find this beautiful SVG. Here it is. Let's click Insert. Now we can select the illustration and hold down Control Shift key to resize this illustration from center. That's beautiful. And now to modify in this illustration, we first have to convert it to a shape. And now let's make sure we ungroup it so that we can access the individual parts. All right, so now let's delete any of the elements that we don't need. So all of these icons on the left side, the foam, the glasses, and as well, Let's make sure that his pants are looking beautiful. Now let's select everything. Let's go to Shape Format, and let's make sure that we set this beautiful gray color as the outline color. That's awesome. I can see we have Mr. this little circle that's deleted and as well as make sure that his hair, his pants, and this little shadow, using this beautiful gray color as the fill color. That's awesome. So let me check this illustration once again. So let's actually believe this little shadow. We don't need it. All right, Next we need to find a book that we can insert into Jacks hands. So let's use this illustration. All right, so let's get back to Starr said that counts. So here is the illustration we'll be using next. And once again, let's simplify this illustration. Let's make the background hidden. And once again, let's disable all of the layers that we don't need. And let's set the accent color to white. And after that, we can download the SVG. Okay, so let's jump back to PowerPoint and once again, less good, insert pictures analysts found is beautiful illustration. All right, so this damn, all we need is just a box. So let me just increase the size of this illustration. Layers converted to shape layers and group. It. Hit Control Shift G to ungroup. And now let me zoom in a little bit. All we need is that beautiful book. Okay, so let's just use our mouse to select the book. Let's move it to the left side and guess we'll have some additional elements. Don't worry, let's delete everything that we do need. Okay, now let's make sure that we select the book. Let's just group it into one group just like that. And as well as make sure that we said the shape, outline, color to the same beautiful gray color. That's awesome. Now we can delete the rest of this illustration on the right and that book is extracted there. So awesome. And now we have to put this book inside the poem of Jack. So before we do that, we have to ungroup Jack. Now, let's make sure we select this front part of the hand. Let's bring it to front. And now the book should be behind. Let's check it. Yes, everything is looking good. That's awesome. We can rotate the book if we wish. All right, Let's zoom out. And now let's select everything and let's group it into one beautiful group. Okay, So jack is ready and he's holding a book. That's awesome. And now all that's left for C num 1 is to add some additional books on the left and right sides. So here we have few more links that we can follow and go to these beautiful illustrations. So once again, let me quickly simplify this illustration and leave only the books. Okay, so let's download the SVG and less inserted into our scene number one. That's awesome. Well let's convert this illustration to shape and less than group at Head Control Shift G to ungroup. And let me quickly changed the background color of this slide or something bright so we can see if there are any elements that we need to delete. For example, there's why the blob layers deleted. And now we can sit back this light background color back to white. That's awesome. And now we can select the individual books, position them the way we want. And lists basically create two groups of books, one on the left side and one on the right. All right, so the first scene is ready, at least at the designing part. Of course, we'll have to add animations and voice-over later on and are less design the second scene, step-by-step together and after Dad, I'm sure you will know how the process works and you'll be able to finish the rest of the scene. So to save some time, let me copy a couple of these textboxes and paste them into this new slide. That's awesome. And I, once again, we have to insert some beautiful illustrations and I have added all of the links in the notes as before. So let's go to this first illustration. As you can see, we have quite a lot of elements going on here. Once again, let me simplify everything. And let me just leave the character and his desk and the little plant. Okay, Let's jump back to PowerPoint once again, let's go to Insert and let's find our illustration where Jack is sitting at the desk. Let us increase the size of the illustration. Let's converted to shape. Ok, and let's make sure that we group. There's bland the monitor and desk into one group. Okay, let's select all of them and hit Control G. And let's make sure that Jack's tastes as a separate group. Because later on we'll be adding animations both the jack and to this desk separately. So that's why it's useful to have them as separate groups. And don't forget to add that beautiful gray color to your illustration and x, we have to change the mood of Jack because currently he's smiling and according to this script, he should be tired at the end of the day. So let me just ungroup Jack and let me zoom in a little bit. Let me reuse this eyebrows knowledge is hold down Control key to duplicate layers, flip it around. Okay. We will create my under eye bags. Not sure how to call them. Teabags? No, not tea bags, I guess. I bags. So let's just make it thinner and ledgers put it here below the eye. And let's duplicate one more and put it here on the left side. All right, and as well, Let's delete and this smile, and let's just insert a straight line. You can hold down the Shift key to make sure that the line is perfectly straight. And lists make sure that this little melphalan has the same gray color. And as you can see with a few small changes, we have completely changed the facial expression of our character. And by the way, fueled leg to adjust how the nose looks, you can just right-click, choose, Edit Points, delete and over the points, or adjust any of the remaining points. All right, so now in Jack is looking a little bit more tired and not so happy, but don't worry, Jack, I'm sure you will find a solution in our explainer video. Okay, so let's just make sure that Jack is grouped into one group and let's send him to back. All right, so we have desk, we have Jack. Next we have to insert some additional illustrations that represent the rest of the script. So next we need to find a moon and a clock data represent that Jack is working late and as well we need a to do list. So let's just use this illustration and to save some time, let me just copy these illustrations from my previously created slight analysts paste them right here. And now let's focus on creating this snoring sound. It was created just using PowerPoint, not external illustrations where needed. So first of all, we'll need to insert a text box. So let's just jump to insert tab and let's select textbox less that will click and lists. Insert a letter Z. Let's change the font to patriot hand. That's good. And we can use this little button to increase the size of the font. And let's change the font color to gray. Now let's insert one more literary x0 less selected. And this time we can use the shortcut Control Shift comma or dot to change the font size. That's really useful and convenient. So let's add a few more Zhi letters and three does ATI. And just for fun, I'll write the next. We have to create the speech Bumble. So let's go to Insert Shapes. Analysts use the curve tool or came. And our ledgers click around these letters and create the speech bubble. Don't forget to connect how the starting point would the ending point, and you will get a solid shape. Okay, so we have created the speech bubble, but this, you can see it's blue, so we'll have to change its look less, send it to back. Okay? And as you remember in our Getting Started lesson, we have picked our theme colors. And as well, I have inserted this little circle with a shadow so we can just copy the style of this little circle with Control Shift C. Let's select our blue shape and let's hit Control Shift V to paste the style. And one more thing that we have to do is to add this little outline to our speech bubble. So to do that, Let's get back to our slide and let's just duplicate this wire to speech bubble. You can select the original hold down the Control key. And this way you can make a quick copy for this capitalist Makes sure that we remove the fill and for the outline, Let's choose this gray column and let's remove the shadow. But the work is not yet finished. As you can see, if we were to put this outline on top of the speech bubble. There is no way the gap you can see in the original. There should be a little way to gap. And to achieve this effect, all we have to do is to add a white solid land to this speech bubble or so less selected. Let's go to Format shape. Let's go to lie unless add a solid line, let's make sure it's white. And for the width, let's insert endpoints. And now when we center aligned the outline and this white speech bumble, everything is looking beautiful and are less. Make sure that we select both of these speech bubbles and a textbox. And Liz group everything into one beautiful group there. So, all right, my friends. So in this lesson we have designed a couple of scenes in number 1 and seen them with two. And I'm sure that now you know how the whole process works and you will be able to finish the rest of the scenes. Links to all of the illustrations that were used in the remaining scenes are provided and notes of every slide. So feel free to use the same illustration if you are following the same script. But of course, if you are following your own script or your own story and feel free to use any illustrations that fit to your scrap. All right, my friends, that was all for this lesson. Make sure that you design your scenes before moving to the next one. And in the next lesson we'll be bringing your scenes to lie. We'll be adding animations. So I'll see you there. 7. Animating Scene 1: Hello my friends and welcome back. In this lesson, we'll start animating the scenes of our explainer video. And in this lesson we'll be animating see number one. All right, so this is our first scene. We have Jack, we have some books, we have the slide title and as well here on the right side I have decided to add a couple lines of text. And now we have to decide how we would like to animate this scene. So for this slide title, I think we could use the text uncover animation, and for that we need a hand. So the hand comes in from the bottom, then it follows the letters. For that we'll have to draw a custom motion path. And after that the hand flows away. And at the same time we'll have the edit text cover. And we'll have to copy the same because the motion path and apply it to the text cover as well. All right, and for these books, for Jack and put these books as well, we'll just add simple flying animations with some bouncing end. And for these lines of text, Let's just had a simple letter by letter animation. All right, so it should look something like this. Okay, so first of all, me, Jack is written by the hand, so awesome and he loves reading books is just a simple letter by letter, a pure animation. Let's check it out once again. And all of the illustrations are flying in with a little bit of bounce and that's awesome. And by the way, have created one more animation variation for this scene where the hand writes me Jack, and then it goes to the user three lands of texts. He loves reading books. So this type of animation and requires adding more motion paths and that's a little bit more advanced. So you will find a lesson for this one in the bonus lessons, let me show how it looks like. So me, Jack is written by hand and then the hand writes. He loves reading books as well. So that's awesome. But for now let's just focus on the simpler version where this text is animated letter by letter. All right, so this is our first slide and as you can see, the animation pane is empty. We'll add all of these animation step-by-step. And for now we can jump to this selection pane and hide everything for now. And let's just unhide these line title. And this way it will be easier to focus and animate the slide title. And now we need to find a hands. So let's just copy hand from this landless basis right here. And let's make sure there are no animation. So let's remove all of these animations. So case or will be adding all of these together step-by-step. And now let's position this hand picture where we want it to be. So here at the bottom of letter M, that's good. And now the first animation that we need to add as a flight in animation, we want this hand to fly in from the bottom. So let's add fly an animation. Let's make sure the direction is from bottom. That's good. Duration, 2.5th. Okay, and now let's continue adding animation. So let's make sure the hand is selected as good at animations. And now let's scroll down a little bit and let's choose custom path. And now all we have to do is just keep on clicking and follow the letters. So for the letter M, following the shape of the letter a little bit more precisely. For the rest of the letters, I'm just clicking up and down. Okay. So make sure you click up and down for each of the letters. And at the end just double-click to stop drawing the customer motion path. Okay? And for the motion path, Let's makes sure that it is started after previous. So first the hand flies in from the bottom, and only after that, the hand is following the text. Just like that. All right, looking good. And now let's make sure that we add one more animation to the hand picture so that the hand comes in, it draws and then it goes away. And for this purpose, let's insert if layout animation here it is less selected. Let's make sure it is started after previous direction to buy them. Okay, So the hand comes in, It's writes the decks and then it flies out. That's awesome. We can as well add a little bit of smooth start and smooth end to the customer motion path for the hand. Okay, So we have 1 second, that's good. And now we have to insert a Text cover. Okay, So let's go to Insert Shapes. Let's draw a rectangle. Let's make sure it has no outline. And for now let's fill it with a bright color just like that. Let's make sure that covered the whole text. But before dad, let's make sure that the hand stays in front. That's good. Okay, so let's cover the whole text for the yellow, orange rectangle. And if you remember, we have to leave the tip of this marker hanging out just a little bit. All right. And once the rectangle is ready, let's just select the handle is good animations. Let's select the animation painter analysts paste the same animations from the hand to this rectangle. Just keep in mind that all animations from the hand or paste it to the rectangle. And all we need is that custom motion path so we can delete the entrance and the exit animations. And let's make sure that this custom motion path happens with previous, which means at the same time as the hand is moving. Okay, and let's check out what do we have so far? Okay, So the hand comes in and then the text, and the hand is following the text and after bad, hence flying away. Everything is looking good. All right, so now we can turn this text covers two white alleles. Just fill this with white color. And let's check out this animation once again on the full screen. Okay, So the hand comes in, it's rights that thanks. And then it flies away. Everything is looking smooth. All right, so now we can continue to animating the rest of the elements on scene number 1. So let's go to the selection painless, make sure we show all of the elements. So here's the hand, Here's the text cover. Let me just hide the hand for now so that we can see the rest of the elements better. And for this rectangle, Let's rename it to title cover. That's good. We can hide it there as well. Now for the book illustrations for Jack, let's just add a fly. An animation from bottom would leave a little bit of bounce sense. So let's just add a phi and animation duration two seconds. Let's go to Animation Pane. Let's go to the Effect Options and for the bounce, and let's add 1.5 seconds. So, okay. And let's make sure that the animation is started with previous sold. Let's make sure we selected these books on the left side, Let's double-click the animation painter and lists paste the same flame animation to Jack and these books on the right side. Okay? And for these three lines of text, Let's add appear animation. Okay, Let's make sure these start with previous as well. And in the Effect Options, let's choose by a letter. And for the duration between the letters, let's choose 0.1 seconds, okay? As you can see, currently, everything is happening at the same time so we can adjust that. Let's just make sure we show all in the selection pane. And now let's do a couple of adjustments and the animation pane, we can adjust the speed of any animations that we wish. So for books left and Jack and books right, let us set the duration to, for example, 1 second. And let's make sure that we bring all of these three animations just below these two blue bars, which are our custom motion paths. That's good. And as well we can move these three little green bars around a little bit. And this way we can add some delays so that books left come in first, then Jack, and then books rack, looks like a little waterfall made out of green bars. That's awesome. Okay, so let's check it out. What do we have so far made Jack Hills close reading books? And yes, we will be adding voiceover very soon, as soon as we finish animating all of the scenes, right? Everything is looking wonderful. And I make sure that you animate your first scene as well. Before moving to the next lesson, you might be following the same script about audio books and jacks. So that's awesome. And if you have your own story, that's even more awesome. So make sure you animate your scene. Use any animations and your whiteboard animations that you wish. And in the next lesson we will continue with anime thing that this second scene. So how a meet you there. 8. Animating Scene 2: Hello my friends and welcome back. In this lesson, we continue animating this Cs of our explainer video. And in this lesson we'll be animating scene number two. So this is how it looks like. And this time for the slide title, we'll be adding no additional animations because it will be animated by the slide transition. So the first element that we will animate, there's going to be this desk at all fly in from the left side or right hand for Jack, I think we can apply a printer style illustration animation that we have learned previously. And for this text, Let's just had a simple letter by letter or a pure animation for the rest of the illustrations, let me just use a simple flying animation with a little bit of bounce them. And this is how the final animated scene number 2 should look like. As you can see, Jack isn't being printed. That's awesome. And now the rest of the illustrations come in with a fly in animation with a little bit of bounce n. All right, so let me show you how we can create all of these animations together step-by-step and on the right. So let's jump to our scene number two. Let's take a look into animation pane. As you can see, you know, animations have been added yet. That's good. We'll do everything right now. So let's make sure we select this desk. And now we can go to animations and let's add a fly in animation. Let's use direction from left, and let's enter any duration death we wish. Let's try two seconds. And as well we can add a little bit of bounce and SSL is Jim to the Effect Options and less handy, 1.5 seconds bounce end. And let's give it a preview. So as you can see that this iss n and it bounces, that's awesome. I think we can even make this animation faster. So let's just add 1.5 seconds. We're looking good. All right, so now let's enemy Jack. Let's create the printer style animation that we have learned previously. And for that is, you know, we need a picture of a hand solos. Just reuse this one. Let's paste it into this line and let's just remove any animations that were attached to this picture. We'll create everything from scratch. So let's position the hands somewhere above and jags head. That's good. And the first animation that we have to add to this hand as flying animation. And let's make sure that this animation is started with previous, together with the previous animation. And for the duration, let's use 1.5 seconds. Alright, and now let's add this custom motion path. And before doing that, let's make sure that this hand picture has a little bit of transparency. So that weekend, see the illustration beneath it. That's good. And Alice just select the hand analysts draw this custom motion path, and let's make sure that we're zigzag down and cover the whole illustration. And as you remember, at the end of the custom motion path, just double-click to finalize. There's good. And now let's jump into the Animation Pane and let's make sure that they discussed the motion path started after previous. So after the hand flies in, only then the customer motion path will be blade. Okay? And now let's head back the transparency of the hand to fully visible. That's good. Okay, so let's check it out. What do have so far desk comes in, hand, comes in, and Jack has been printed. But as you can see, the hand movement is quite fast, So let's make it a little bit slower. We can change the hand animation duration from two seconds to three seconds. And let's check it out once again. And this time, as you can see, the hand has a little bit more time to make all of the movement. And of course we still have to add a cover that covers Jack and goes with the hand at the same time. So you already know how to insert covers for text and for illustrations. So I'll just speed up and meet you in a second. Just make sure that this cover is below the rest of the illustration. So basically Jack should be at the bottom of the whole selection pane lists and discover should be just one layer above. Okay, so the rectangle or the illustration cover has been added and all that's left to do is to copy and paste the animations from the hand to this rectangle. So let's make sure that the hand is selected. Let's go to animations and let's click on the animation painter. And now let's click on this yellow, orange rectangle. And now it gets all of the same animations from the hand. Let's just remove the flame animation. We don't need it. And for the custom motion path, Let's make sure it happens with previous together with the hand. Okay? And now everything should be working just fine. So let's check it out. The hand comes in and now it goes down together with the rectangle. That's awesome. All right, so now we can turn the rectangle twice it, and check it out on the full screen. All right, so let's test it out and Jack is being printed. But here at the bottom left corner, as you can see, we could see the illustration a little bit too soon. And this means that our cover was not wide enough. Don't worry, hold down the Control key and let's just make it wider, just like that. And I'll list this that out once again, right, everything is looking smooth as butter. And one more animation that we have to add to this hand is a flyout animation. Okay, so let's make sure that the hand is selected. Let's go to Add Animation button and let's choose fly out animation duration 2.5th. Let's makes sure that after the previous day's good. And now for this text, Let's just add a simple appear animation and our ledgers double-click this animation and let's jump into the Effect Options. Let's make sure that animation is happening by a letter and duration between letters is 0.05. So that's really fast animation. Okay, and at the same time, let's make sure that we move this text animation a little bit upwards in the animation pane lists so that it sits above the hand flower animation. And let's make sure that the text animation is happening with previous, which means it's happening at the and time when the hand is printing Jack. That's awesome. All right, then the final animations that were still have to add for this slide are simple flying animations for the moon Clark to-do list and the sleeping sound. So we'll start with this moon M Clark had a VLAN animation. Choose direction at a little bit of bounce sand, and then use the animation painter and paste the same animation to the rest of the illustrations. And that is to do list and the sleeping sound. Okay, so all of the plan animations were added successfully. And our waking due to selection pane, make sure that we show all the shapes. So we show the hand and the rest of the things that we are hidden and a weekend checkout, a final animation jack is being printed. That's awesome. And after that, we can see the rest of the illustrations come in from the sides. That's awesome. All right, ladies and gentlemen, so in this lesson we have successfully animated scene number two. So before continuing to the next lesson, please animate your scene number two if you are following the same script, that's also make sure that the scene is animated. If you're following your own story, that's even more awesome. And since you already know all of the main whiteboard animation techniques, we will speed up in the next lesson and finish animating the rest of the scenes. I'll see you there. 9. Animating Scenes 3-5: Hello my friends. And this lesson we will finish animating the rest of the scenes, scenes 3 to see number 5. All right, So let's jump to slide number three and let's blend the animations. So once again, for the slide title, we don't have to add any additional animations. It will be animated by this slide transition. And for Jack, we will use printer style animation. And for these Cloud the illustrations, we will use simple flying animations with a little bit of bounce. And so it should look like something like this. The hand comes in, it prints Jack. And after that, the rest of the illustrations fly in from the sides. Easy-peasy, lemon squeezy. Ok. And for the scene number 4, I think we could use pretty much the same animations. And Jack would be printed by a hand and the rest of the illustration would fly in from the sides. Okay. So let me show you how this scene number 4 would look like so that Jack has printed he has a nice bike. And then the rest of the illustrations fly in from the science with a little bit of bounce and that's awesome. And for the last scene, scene number 5, we will as well use some flying animations for this illustration on the left. And as well use a flat animation for the text on the right. And for this green scribbled will use your replay animation. And for the website address a simple letter by letter, a pure animation. And this is how it should look like. All right, so all of the animations have been bland and weekend jump into the action. And actually in terms of animations, seen number three and number four are pretty much identical. To see number two, we'll have to add a printer style animation to Jack, and the rest of the illustrations will come in from the sides where they fly an animation with a little bit of bounce n. And since you already know all of the animation techniques that we need for a scene number 3 and number 4, I will speed up and meet you in slide number 5, which will be a little bit different. So I'll meet you in a second. And just a couple of quick tips while I'm speeding through slicer 3 and 4. So make sure that you reduce the transparency of the hand picture when you're creating a custom motion path. This way you can see the underlying illustration better. And when you are creating a rectangle that will cover your illustration, make sure that this rectangle is pretty wide. And this way it will definitely cover the whole illustration and the animation will look just right. And if needed, you can always jump to the selection pane and rearrange your objects. Usually the jack illustration should be the most bottom illustration and the selection pane lists. And one level above should be the cover of the Jack illustration. And as I have mentioned that in number 34 are pretty much identical to see number 2 in terms of animations. So that's why we're speeding through. And if you'd like to know the exact durations that I have used for the animations. And C Number 3 and Number 4, you can just jump to class project slides and there you will find all of the information. All right, my friends, so this is our scene number five. We have an illustration on the left and some texts on the right. So let's start animating these guys. We can reuse this flying animation from a previous slide. Let's just use the animation painter and let's paste to this fine animation, to this illustration and this textbox and lists made sure that we set the flex direction that we wish. Now. Okay, and there's little green arrow and there's a circle that you see at the bottom of the slide where created with the drawer feature. So I'll show you a couple of variations where we are using the draw feature. And in case you don't have this feature, I'll show you what you can do instead. So first let's use a draw feature. Let's go to draw. Let's became Marker. Choose your favorite color, thickness, and analyse. Just draw an arrow with our mouse. Of course, you can connect a graphics tablet if you have one. If you'd like to draw a more precisely looking arrows and circles. But I think this one is looking nice. You can always hit Control Z to undo. Okay, and now we can select these green guys. Let's go to animations and less at the replay animation. And now PowerPoint will be able to replay and redraw this little green arrow and the little circle. That's awesome. Let's make sure that the animation starts on click. That will be really helpful when we will be adding voiceover. And as well, we can fine tune or the duration in the animation pane on the right. And for this textbox, your website.com, Let's just add a simple appeared letter by letter animation on the right. And now let's check out the fully animated scene number 5, or looking good. And as you know, there's a green scribble was created with the draw feature and in case you don't have the drawer feature in your public version, let me show you what you could do instead. So for now, let's just delete the green scribble. And let's say that we don't have the draw feature and our PowerPoint version. So in this case, let's just go to Insert Shapes and let's choose the free form shape tool. And now let's draw the arrow and I'll just draw a simple line. I guess where does you could use the line tool as well? Now let's select a free form shape tool once again, and let's draw the tip of the arrow. That's awesome. Now let's make sure that we select them both with these guys. And let's go to land options. We'll have to add some width. So let's choose the color. Let's use our theme, greenish bluish color. And for the width, let's use ten points. And as well for the cap type, let's say choose round end as well for the miter, let's choose round as well. All right, so the arrow is finished and of course you can adjust heart looks like if you wish. And now all that's left to do is to draw a circle around the website address. And for that we'll use the curve tool. Okay, so all you have to do is just click around this textbox and you will get a nice natural looking circle. It doesn't have to be perfect. If it's a little bit shaky, it's even better this way it looks handwritten. And now we can use the shortcut Control Shift C to copy the style from the arrow and let's paste it to our circle. That's awesome. However, if you wish to adjust how your handwritten circle looks like, you can always right-click and choose Edit Points. All right, and now let's make sure that the arrow land and the arrow tip are grouped into one group. That's beautiful. And now we can apply a wipe animation that this arrow choose white shoes direction from top. Okay, For the animation duration, let's use 0.25 seconds. There's good. And let's just move it upwards a little bit in the animation pane. Alright, And for this green circle, Let's select it. Let's jump to animations, and let's find an animation that's called wheel. Here it is selected. All right, and in the animation pane, let's set it to start with the previous, unless just the animation duration or the right, ladies and gentlemen, So this was an alternative way to animate scene number 5 in case you don't have the draw feature and it's out of your PowerPoint version. And I went to congratulate you because the finish line is not so far away. All that's left to do is to Adi what silver background music and some sound effects. So before moving to the next lesson, make sure that all of your scenes are fully animated. And after that, jump into the next lesson where we will be working with sound. So I'll see you there. 10. Adding Voiceover: All right, My friends, are you ready? In this lesson, we'll be adding voice-over sound effects and background music. So by now we should have all of our scenes animated and ready for sound. But before we jump to the world of sound, Let's check out all of these animated scenes one more time in one go. All right, so this is our first scene. As you remember, the first animation is started on click. So let me just jump to the animation pane. And let's set this first animation to start with previous, which means that the animation will start playing automatically and everything will flow in one go arrest. So this is our first scene. Meet Jack. He loves reading books, That's awesome. Here comes the next scene. Legally, Jack is having less and less dam to enjoy his books, has to work late. He has never ending to-do list. And he's feeling tired at the end of a day and don't worry, we will add the proper voice-over later on. Now I'm just following the scenes. And luckily, Jack has discovered audiobooks. Now he can basically a listen to his books anytime during the day. That's super awesome. All right, And in this scene we have a little bit of information, how Jack enjoys his books. He can find any book he listens to professional narrators. And he can enjoy his books on any device. They're super-duper awesome. And here's the last scene call to action. If you'd like to get your audio books, you can go to this specific website. Of course, this is just a sample website you would insert and I think that you wish. Ok, so now one important thing regarding the slide transitions. So for all of our scenes, for all of our slides, I have applied the push slight transition direction from right, except the first slide which has fade transition, but the rest of the slides have Bush transition, which helps to animate the slide titles. All right, now let's jump into the world of sounds. Let's go to slideshow and let's click on the Record button. And here we have this awesome looking slideshow record interface. And the first time when I saw this red record button, I thought that once I click this button, powerpoint will record the screen and create the video. And actually it doesn't create a video right away, but it does are the important things. And the first one is it records your voice over, so make sure that your microphone is connected. And next, PowerPoint recalls how much time you spend on each slide. And after that PowerPoint will add automatic slide transitions based on your timing. Here as well. You have the notes button, you can check out your notes. You can increase the font if you wish. And by the way, if you'd like to add some text to your nose here at the bottom of the screen we have this little button notes and just click on it. And here you can type in anything that you wish. And once you are in the slideshow record mode, you can check out your notes. That's awesome. All right, so once you click the record button, a countdown will appear from three to one. And you can add your voice over. And once you're done, just click on stop. And this way you will add voiceover to a single slide. But if you wish, you can continue to the next slide and basically add your voice-over to all of the slides. Just keep in mind that the PowerPoint doesn't record voice-over and when the slide transition is happening, so make sure that you have finished your voice-over for the first line, then transition to the next slide and then continue your voice-over. And once you're finished, just click Stop. All right, so let's click on this record button and let's try adding a voice-over. Me, Jack, he loves reading, works. Alright, and once I have stopped, as you can see now we can replay the voice-over. Me, Jack, he loves reading books. And once we click weekend, go to the next scene and replay the next scene. But since we don't have anything here, Let's get back to the first scene. And as you can see, the replay button is blue, which means there is some kind of recording attach to this slide. And we can clear the recording from this land or weekend, cleared the recordings from all of these lines if we wish, and are less exits these lecture recording mode. And as you can see here in the first scene, PowerPoint has added our voice-over as a little speaker symbol. That's awesome. And in the animation pane weekend as well, see this play animation, which place our voice-over automatically. And now let's jump to slide transitions and let's check if we have any changes. And yes, this slide has been set to auto transition after seven seconds. And now let's check if this audit transition works. Me. Jack, he loves reading works. That's awesome. And that we should transition to the next slide. Here it goes. Yeah, it's good. And if you feel that we had to wait a little bit too long for the second slide, we can of course, reduce the time after which the slide transition happens. So let's try five seconds. Me, Jack, he loves reading works. And here comes a second slide. Easy peasy, lemon squeezy. Alright guys, so we have the voice-over for the first slide. And now let me add the voice-over for the rest of our scenes, I'll jump back to the slideshow recording mode, had the rest of the voiceovers and meet you in a second. All right, my friends. So the rest of the voiceovers have been added and now all of this lies have this little speaker assemble. And if we jump to these light transition tab, we can see that automatic slide transitions have been added as well based on custom timing, based on how much time I spend on page slab. And if we jump into the Animation Pane weekend, see that the audio play animation has been added. To all of our voiceovers. And just make sure that there's some Royce Silver Play Animation sits at the top of the animation list. All right, and now let's check it out on the full-screen. Me, Jack, he loves reading books, but lately, Jack is having a less and less time to read a book. A long hours in the office. Never ending to-do list leaves him tired at the end of the day, had no time for a book. Well, luckily, Jack has discovered audiobooks now he can listen to his favorite books while commuting, working out, shopping, or anytime during the day when he wants to relax his eyes. Now a jack enjoys a wide range of audio books from every genre or read by professional narrators on any device, phone, tablet, computer, or e-reader. If you would like to start your own audio book Journey, go to your website.com and start enjoying your audio books today. All right, That was looking and sounding pretty awesome. So let's make it even more awesome and less adding background music. So to add a background music ledgers germ to insert our players go to Audio, enlists audio from BC, and I'll just use this song. Let's click insert. All right, and by the way, you can germ to a sled 40 to open up the notes. And here you will see all of the sources all over the links to all of the audio files and music and the sound effects that I have used for our explainer video. Alright, and now let's select our background music file and let's see what's happening in the animation pane. As you can see, the plane animation has been added. Okay, let's go to the playback options. Let's make sure that this sound, this music is playing across the slice. Let's make sure that this starts playing automatically and as well, we can set the desired volume level. Let's keep it long. Alright, and we can hide the speaker icon during the slideshow, solid cyclic height during the show. That's good. And let's make sure that we move the animation to the top of the animation less and our lives. Check it out on the full-screen. Me, Jack, he loves reading Berg's, but lately, Jack is having a less than less time to read a book. All right, That was wonderful. We could hear the background music and we could hear the voice over. Now let's go to sound effects. So in the first scene, Let's say that when Jack comes in, we would like to hear some kind of sound effects. So let's just double-click on the hijack animation. And here we can see enhancements, enhancements and, and so you can basically choose any sound provided by PowerPoint, or you could insert and use your own sound effects. Just keep in mind that your sound effects must have the WAV file format, okay? So I have chosen the wish number form and as well, you can adjust the loudness for your sound effects. That's awesome. And click Okay, so now when the fly in animation will happen, the sound will play at the same time. So let's check it out. Me. Here loves reading works. I'll write that was wonderful, acrid. Definitely hear a wish when Jack was fine in, and now let me add some more sound effects to the rest of these illustrations in the rest of the scenes. And I'll meet you in a second. Are the right ladies and gentlemen, more sound effects have been added. For example, for this moon illustration, I have added crickets, quiet sound effect. That's awesome. N For example, for this working out illustration, I have added sound effects and are, we are pretty much ready with everything. We have animations, we have sound. So let's check it out on the full screen. Me here loves reading books. But lately, Jack is having a less and less time to really long hours in the office. Never-ending to-do list leaves him tired at the end of the day and no time for a buck. Luckily, Jack has discovered audiobooks now he can listen to his favorite books while commuting, working out, shopping, or anytime during the day when he wants to relax his eyes. Jack enjoys a wide range of audio books from every genre or read by professional narrators on any device, phone, tablet, computer, or e-reader. If you would like to start your own audio book Journey, go to your website.com and start enjoying your audio books today. All right, my friends, that was super-duper awesome in satisfying to watch. And in the next video we'll be exporting all of these enemy that slaves were sound into a video. I'll meet you there. 11. Exporting to a Video: Hello my friends and welcome to the final lesson of this class. There will still be a couple of bonus lessons, but then this one, we will finally export our explainer video. And now let's just scroll up a little bit and find our beautiful five scenes or five slides. But the animation, voiceover, background music and sound effects. All right, and to export your slides to a video is a really simple process. Just go to File, Export and click on create the video. Just keep in mind that PowerPoint will export all of your slides into the video. So in this case, we have 54 slice in our class project, and we would like to export only these five slides. So let me show you how we can tell PowerPoint which slice we would like to export. So first let's make sure we select all of this line is you can hit Control a to select everything and then just right-click and choose Hide slides. So all of this lines are hidden. And now let's just select and those five slides that we would like to export. Let's select them and choose unhide or just click on the same button hide. It will basically unhide these slides. And now when you will export the video, only these five slides will be included in your video. And we can even start the presentation from beginning and check if slide for the three is the first line that we see and years, Here's our first scene, so everything is working just fine and now we're ready to export the video. So once again, let's go to File, let's click on Export and choose create a video. All right, so choose quality that you wish. I'm going for, for k. And let's use the timings that we have recorded with a slideshow, record them. The y's are appointed would devote five seconds for each slide. And let's click on Create Video, and I'll just choose what you would like your video to be exported, your video and click on Save. And once the progress bar is finished array, you have your awesome video. And let's just check if the video has been exported. Let's go to downloads and yes, heroes are freshly exported explainer video. They had super awesome and now my friends, you have successfully completed this class. Congratulations. Now you are an expert whiteboard video created in PowerPoint. Next, if you'd like to learn more, there are a couple of bonus lessons waiting for you, so I'll see you there. 12. Bonus Lesson - Advanced Illustration Animation: Hello my friends and welcome to this bonus lesson where I will show you how you can create this advanced printers style animation where first the outline is being printed and after death and the fill. So now as you can see, the outline of this superhero is being printed. And after that, the hand will come up and fill this illustration with colors. And that's why the animation is called printer style, outline, and color. So let me show you how we can create it step-by-step. And before we jump into the action, let me show you how this slide was constructed. So first of all, we see this white rectangle. This is a cover that covers the outline, okay? And below the outline, and we have another rectangle that covers the fill of the illustration. So we basically have four layers, we have two covers, and we have one layer with outlines and one layer with film. So it might sound a little bit complicated, but don't worry, we'll do everything step-by-step. So first let's just insert a fresh, blank, new slide. Let me just copy this picture of a hand. All right, let's paste it right here. And for now let's delete any animations attached to this hand picture will create all of these animations step-by-step. Okay, now let me find the illustration or B, Superhero. He should be somewhere around here or getting less copy him. Let's get back to our slide and hit Control V to paste. And as you can see, our hero has this white outline. We don't need this solely just ungroup the hero. And let's select this white outline and less deleted so that we have only the illustration. Okay, now let's make sure that our hero is flying in the middle of the slide. That's good. And as well weekend, bring the hand a little bit closer, just like that. Okay, and next we need to duplicate our hero because on one layer we need to have outlines and on the second layer we need to have fills. So let's choose this guy in the center. Let's go to Fill Options. Let's actually go to Line options and lists use no lines, okay? So this guy will be only the film, okay? And as you can see, PowerPoint says there are no film. But if you click on any of the shapes in science, you can see there are fills, so everything is awesome. Just make sure you select no line. And for this guy on the left, we would like to have only the outlines. So let's fill him with a white color. And now we only have the outlines. That's awesome. But as you can see, once I move this guy from the left and put him on top of this guy on the right, the field gets hidden. And for this animation to work, we would really need to see through and see the fill. And you might say that we could use this option no fill. But once they activate no-fail, as you can see, you are getting these intersecting lines. And now of course we can see the fills below, but these intersecting lines, they don't look pretty. And let me show you a workaround that I have found. So first of all, let's put this outline hero back to the left side. I'll game. And I'll just right-click on this outlines guy. And let's save him as a picture. Okay, we can choose PNG format. Name your picture, and save it. And now we can delete the outlines hero. All right, and now let's jumped Inkscape. Don't worry if you're seeing Inkscape for the first time. It's a free open-source vector program. You can go to Inkscape.org and download Inkscape for Windows or Mac for absolutely free. And we will use Inkscape to extract those hero outlines that we need. So now let's just go to File, click Import, and let's find that picture death we have saved and PowerPoint outlines PNG. All right, so here's our outline hero. That's great. Let's make him bigger and let me change the dimensions of the page so that the page has the same dimensions as our hero image. Let's just click on this button, resize page to drawing or selection. That's awesome. All right, and now let me show you how we can extract those outlines. So let's make sure that the image is selected. As you can see, Inkscape says it's an image and I will, Let's go to Path and let's choose Trace Bitmap. Okay? And here we have this input field called brightness a threshold. So let's just happen 0.9 and click Apply. And Inkscape will vectorize our outlines hero. And now we can select the original image. We can move it to the side and less deleted. And all that's left is our newly extracted vector outlines. That's super awesome. We can change the color of these outlines, of course, if we wish, but let's just keep it black or dark gray. Okay. And was especially awesome is that these outlines are see-through. As you can see, we can see the edge of the page. And this is what we need. We need this see-through outlines and now we can save this file as SVG and then inserted into PowerPoint. Now the ranch where bag home where back in PowerPoint. And now let's go to Insert, go to Pictures. And here we should find our outline, SVG. All right, so here is our hero and now we have to match the size to this fill like a hero. So let me just copy the height value from this fill hero. Let's just copy that value and let's make sure that we insert the same height value for this outlines hero and Audi should be matching just perfectly. And you can make sure that the lock aspect ratio checkboxes activate it. So once you insert a new value for the height and the value for the width, proportionally change. And a weekend align these two guys and see if everything is looking good or right. So now we have the outlines and we have the fills on separate layers as super-duper. Awesome. Let me jump into the selection pane and let me rename these guys. Okay, so for the outlines, Let's just call this layer outlines. All right, and this one, let's call him Phil. So now let's land these two heroes once again so that they are sitting in the same spot. We'll actually flying and that setting, Let's bring them closer to the hand. That's good. Okay. And for the hand itself has dropped down the transparency as we usually do, because it's useful to see the underlying illustration when you're drawing custom motion paths. And now in the selection pane, Let's just hire the fill for now because now we'll be working with the outlines. Ok, and make sure that the hand is always on top and the selection pane. And now let's start adding animations. So the first animation is for the hand. Hand has to fly in. So let's make sure that the hand is selected. Let's go to animations and list a flying animation, animation duration 1 second and as well as give it a smooth end of 17 as well. All right, looking good. Next we need to add a custom motion path to our hands. Or let's just scroll down here. Is that just the motion path? And Alice just zigzag down and cover the whole illustration. And since you already know how to create these kind of zigzag, because the motion paths I'll speed up and meet you in a second. Okay, So the customer motion path has been added. Now let's just had bag the transparency of the hands so it is fully visible. That's good. All right, And in the animation, painless, make sure that the customer motion path starts after previous. Ok. And for the duration, let's enter, for example, six seconds, so that we have a little bit more time to appreciate the animation. And three seconds, smooth start and smooth end. And this is how it looks like the as beautiful. And as you know, we need to insert a cover. And this time it will cover the outlines layer. And since you already know how to insert covers for illustrations, I'll speed up a little bit and meet you in a second. Okay, and now let me slow down for a little bit because now we will have to add animations to this rectangle that covers the outline. And for that we can use the animation painter to paste the animations from the hand to the rectangle. Let's just remove the flash animation that we don't need it. And for the custom motion path, let's make sure stats with previous together with their hand. So as you can see, once the hand is moving down, the rectangle is moving down as well. Okay? So everything is looking good and now we can turn this rectangle to white. Let's just go to Fill Options and let's pick white color. Okay, and now the first part of the animation, the outline animation is finished, and now we can start working on the fill animation. And for now let's just hide the outlines and the outlandish cover so that we have less elements on the slide. And now let's continue adding custom motion paths to the hand. So the hand first goes down when it draws the outlines and after that it has to go up. So for this reason, let's just draw this line so that the hand could come up and continue drawing the fills. And in the animation, painless makes sure that the second motion path is happening after previous. And for the duration, let's use 1 second. And this is how the animations look right now. So the hand that GMS is exacting down and drawing the outlines. Of course we have hidden outlines for now. And then hand comes up and it should continuous examine for the second time and draw the fill. So let me speed up and add the second customer motion paths exact animation to the hand and I'll meet you in a second. Okay, so the second custom motion, the zigzag animation, was created. So let's make sure once again that it's happening after previous. And once again for the duration that we can use a six seconds, okay, and now let me insert a cover for the fill layer, okay, so once again, you know how to do it. I'll just use the rectangle and make sure that it covers the whole illustration. And as well, Let's make sure that the hand stays on top. And once the field cover we'll be ready. We will use the animation painter to paste the animations from the hand to this filled cover. And as you can see, all of the animations have been pasted from the hand to their full cover. And of course, we don't need all of these animations. So let's delete the first three animations. All we need is that last custom motion path. And let's make sure it starts with previous, which means it will be animated together with the hand. Alright, and now we can turn this color to white. And now let's jump to Animation Pane and let's see what's going on. So the hand is successfully printing the filler layer. That's good. And now we can go to selection pane and make sure that we show all shapes will show on objects. So now the hand should print the outlines layer first. And after that, the fill air, okay, and as always, we can add a flyout animation to the hand picture so that once the hand is finished drawing how the illustration, it will go away. I'll write my friends and outs, Stan, to check out the final result on the full screen. Okay, So here comes the first layer, the outline. That's good. And now the hand comes up and it prints the second layer, the filter. Super-duper. Awesome. All right, my friends. Now you know how you can create this advanced printer style animation with outlines and fills. Thank you for watching, and I'll see you in the next bonus lesson. 13. Bonus Lesson - Advanced Text Animation: Hello my friends and welcome to this bonus lesson where I will show you how you can create multiple texts, uncover animations. As you can see, hand writes me Jack, and then you try to these three lines of text. And now let me show you how you can create this type of animation. And to save some time, Let's reuse one of the slides that we have created previously. And let's check out the animations on this slide once again. So you can see the slide title is written, that's good, but the rest of the text has the simple appear, let their bilateral animation. So let's just copy this slide. Let's scroll down to the bottom of the slide. List, less space. Let me show you how we can change. There's a simple letter by letter, animation to animation where all of the text is written by hand. And first let's jump into the animation pane and we can delete this literal bilateral, a pure animation. We will need it and how to make it easier for us to work with this slide, we can jump to the selection pane and hide some of the elements. So I think that we could hide the title cover for now. Okay, and now we can jump to the animation pane and start adding some additional animations to the hand picture. So first hand, tolerate me Jack, and after that, it should go down to this text box. And for this reason, as good animations and less add additional custom motion path. For this reason, we could as well used land motion path, but let's just use because the motion path Glick wants to start drawing and double-click to finalize. All right, so here we have added this additional motion path. Let's make sure that this animation sits above the hand flowered animation and that it starts after previous game. And as well for these three green bars, which are flying animations for the different illustrations, we can adjust them a little bit as well so that they are ending at exactly two seconds. Okay, and for the straight line motion path, I think we can reduce its duration now it's two seconds. I think that's a little bit too much. Let's try 0, 14 seconds. Okay, let's check out how the animation. So looking so far. Okay, So the hand writes me Jack and didn't it goes to the next text box. That's awesome. All right, so let's select the hand picture and now let's add one more custom motion path. And this time we will have to follow the first line of the text, which is He loves. Okay. Yeah, so let me just zoom in and let's make sure that the hand picture is selected. Now let's go to Add animation, and let's add one more custom motion path. And our lives just click up and down and cover at least two words he loves. And once you're finished, just double-click do exit. And once again, let's make sure that this animation sits above the flower. Animation starts with previous and duration 2.5th. Well, actually it should start after previous. So let's just change that after previous. That's good. All right, so let's check out what do we have so far? So the hand should come down, it should write the first line of text. And after dad, it should fly away. Okay, so everything is working as expected. And now let's continue with the second line of text. And for that you get to try it. We'll have to add one more custom motion back. And this time let's just draw a straight line so that the hand would move to the second line of text. And once again, lists rearranged in the animations, in the animation pane lists. And let's set the desired new ration. And now let's continue with the second line of text. And this time let's add a custom Motion Path. And let's trace and the word reading. Okay, and once again, let's rearrange the animations and set desired and durations. Alright, and this is how the animation, so I'm looking so far. So now the hand writes the first line of text and the second. Okay, so now let's repeat the same steps for the last line of text for the word books. All right, and now let's check out how the animation. So looking so far. So me Jack is written then he loves reading books, That's awesome. Now the last thing that is missing is, of course, the covers for each line of the text. So let's go to Insert Shapes. And unless insert a rectangle, okay, let's make it bright and orange. Now let's make sure that this rectangle covers the first line of text. That's beautiful. And now we can hold down the Control Shift key to make two more duplicates for the rest of our lines of text. And now let me jump to the selection pane and let me rename these guys. One could be to anchor with three. And as always, let's make sure that we bring the hand picture to front. All right, and now we can start animating these covers. So let's select cover number one. And instead of copying the exact customer motion path from the hand, Let's use just a simple line motion path. So let's go to line motion path. Here it is. Let's use direction, right? And now let's just adjust the ending position of this line motion path. So let me just zoom out a little bit. We should find this red arrow or red bubble. And now let's just bring it in a little bit closer and just like that. All right, and now in the animation pane, we have to make sure that we place this animation in the correct order. Okay, so write the mode here. Hand comes down to the first land of texts, which means we have to bring this color one animation to the same place. Let's make sure it starts with previous and it has the same duration. Okay, so let's check it out if it's working. Alright, so here comes the first line of text. And as you can see, the cover has moved, so everything is working fine. So let's just use the animation painter and paste the same animation to the rest of the covers and place them in the correct spots in the animation list. Okay, So let's check out the animation. The first line of text is being uncovered, then the second one, and then the last. So everything is working just fine. All right, so let's join these three colors to white, and let's fill them with white collar. And after that, we will be pretty much finished. And let me just jump back to the selection. Pino is made sure that we show all of the objects. All right, so that the slide title is covered. That's good. And now we can check out the final animation. Congratulations my friends. Now you know how you can create multiple decks, uncovered animations. Thank you for watching. If you would like to learn more, please check out my other bonus lessons.