Thanks, in advance, for your help!
This is the best I can find......
Here is an example of a slide action I did with key framing at the very end of my "Bridgeport" show - length = 6:42 min. There was a bird in the scene when I took the picture. I cut him out, photoshopped the picture to cover him up. Then I reintroduced him as a png file and made him fly.
You will have to experiment on your own with key frames and such to make it work the way you want because your images will be different than mine.
In order to get a feel for the bird flying away, I unlocked the x & y and played both with the zoom, rotation and smoothing a bit.
http://www.photodex.com/sharing/viewsho ... 9875&alb=0
Thank you so much for taking the time to share this!
It will take you some fiddling to make it work but I think you should be able to do ok if you are somewhat comfortable with key framing.
I used 5 key frames. In the first and last key frames the bird is positioned outside of the screen area. Depending on what you have the bird doing and where he is going, shorten or lengthen the time and/or space between key frame action to slow or speed up the bird.
Have fun with that and I hope it doesn't frustrate you.
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