Animate an Object on a Presentation in Keynote on iPhone 6
Edited by Freya, Rushell, Eng, Anonymous
You're watching VisiHow. In this video, we're going to show you how to animate an object on a presentation on the Keynote application on the iPhone 6.
To begin, we need to unlock the phone by pressing the Lock button on the right-hand side.
Alternatively, we can unlock the phone by pressing the home button at the bottom.
Swipe across to enter a PIN or passcode, or hold a finger or thumb onto the home button to use the fingerprint scanner.
Find the "Keynote" icon, which is blue with a white presentation desk on it.
Tap the icon once to open the app.
Since "Keynote" works horizontally, we'll turn the phone around.
We now have the option to create a new presentation or open an existing one.
We'll open an existing "Presentation" by tapping on the middle presentation thumbnail image.
In order to create a new presentation, refer to another tutorial on this website where we explain how to do that.
Once the presentation is open, we should have an object within the presentation slide.
In this case, it is an extract from a friend's Kafka book.
The text has its own block, so when we tap on the text, it brings everything into one frame and brings up several different options at the top in a long black speech bubble.
Tap on "Animate" at the far right.
There are "build in" and "build out" options.
Build in is when the animation first opens, and build out is when the animation is closing.
Press on the blue circle with a plus sign to the left of the "build in" option.
Now, we have a list of "Effects", and we can choose a way for the text to come onto the screen.
Let's choose "Bouncy", for example.
To choose an effect, simply press on it, and this will add a check mark on the far right side across from the effect name.
The press "Play" at the upper left-hand corner of the screen to view that animation effect.
This will show a preview of how it will look.
To change the effect, simply tap on another and "Play" the animation again.
Choose whichever one best suits the mood of the presentation.
Then press "Done" at the top right-hand corner.
Now, we can see the "build in" entitled, "Fly In" has been added on the left.
Now, let's choose a "build out" option by tapping on the plus sign on the right side.
In the same way we chose a build in, simply scroll through and tap on an effect.
Then press "Play" at the top left corner for a preview.
When satisfied, press "Done" at the top right-hand corner.
Now, we can press the white play icon at the top right-hand corner of the screen in the blue bar.
This plays the entire presentation.
There is a soundtrack attached to the one in this demonstration. Refer to our other tutorial on this website, where we demonstrate how to add a soundtrack to a presentation.
The text came in when I tapped on the screen.
It will go out as well in the animation we chose.
When we're happy, we can press "Done" at the top left-hand corner of the screen.
Now, all of our changes are saved.
We can go to "Presentations" by tapping on that in the top left-hand corner as well.
This takes us back to where we began.
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Video: Animate an Object on a Presentation in Keynote on iPhone 6
Recent edits by: Eng, Rushell, Freya