Slightly increase the delay on multiple images in a section to create a cascading animation sequence.
Pro tip: select all images in a section you want to animate in a cascading effect. Apply the animation in bulk to every object, and then deselect one object at a time by holding the Cmd button and selecting the first object in the layers panel. From here, increase the delay slightly (.1 seconds between each object) to create a cascading waterfall effect.
If you are hosting your videos on a third party site like Youtube, Vimeo, or Wistia, you can pull them directly into Ceros using the "Embedded Object" tool. This will ensure the view counts remain on that 3rd party server.
You can easily embed social posts by clicking on the post you want to share and copying the embed code. From there, draw out an "Embedded Object" placeholder and paste in the desired embed code.
Pro tip: we will always default to the dimensions provided in the embed code. Set the width and height to be 100% to fit it to the canvas container.
You can easily copy and paste animations from one object to another. In this case we copied the animation from the header image and pasted it on the black-and-white Russell Westbrook image.
Right-click on an image and select "Copy Animation" and then select the target image to "Paste Animation".
Match your bolded text to the background color on your canvas to create an outline effect.
Pro tip: create an outline in Photoshop to allow a background image to be visible through the text area.
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