Tuesday, June 8, 2004
posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 15:22 PM IST



Animation Carbon – Review

With the launch of PowerPoint 2002 (and 2003), animation metamorphosed from a simple single click attribute to something much more enriched, and complicated. Designers spent hours mastering the new motion paths – and fine-tuned the timings on multiple animations. After the jaws finished dropping and the wows were over, designers were expected to create a similar animation effect for another presentation element! You get the pattern – hours upon hours were being spent on recreating the same effects. It was often felt that it would be great if PowerPoint had a library feature where all such animation procedures could be stored – and then imparted to objects with a single click. Our product for review, Animation Carbon fills that void. Let’s explore…

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