There should be some asset movement, such as fly in. PPT has it. Open PPT, insert an image. Go to animation tab. Select image and fly in mode. Hit preview.
I cannot imagine that Doodly does not have this feature. It should a feature that does not require a class to take.
The fly in movement, which is basic should be available. I cannot imagine that no one has suggested if it is not available. Your tutorials were good. There are other features being considered, but this is basic and part of PPT that makes me think I am missing something.
In the attached video which uses a whiteboard app you can see the asset move. This should not require multiple screens to integrate.
I do not know the APP, but if you watch attached video between 20-40 seconds you will see a basic asset movement. This is not a pan movement and I cannot imagine that multiple screens are required. It is as basic or common as erase, fade in or fade out. In this case a pair of tennis shoes moving at a speed across the screen, followed by a car moving across the screen at a faster speed.
Louis shared this idea 06/07/20 17:22