Greatly improve your animations with this simple to use editor tool
After masking and background
- Mask original background, with powerful eraser tools.
- Add a new background which can be animated.
- Save as a new publication, or replace existing.
How to... step by step
from one of your animations player page, and then select
The animation is displayed together with following controls:
Browse to add a background image or pick one from
the background library.
Notice the "Scale Background" checkbox:
- When checked, you can move/scale the background using mouse/fingers on the
- When unchecked, you can move/scale/rotate the animation object itself.
You can control background appearance with:
Black & white
Animate in one direction
Animate in alternate direction
Erase (then use Background Color)
following controls are displayed:
Layer select: Select the layer to mask
The number of layers depends on the app which generated
from one in the case of 3D Face to six for each
face of a Photocube, plus the
background if any.
Selective mask, will mask according to the color below the tool.
Reveal, show image below mask
Note that the masking process is non destructive:
It's always possible to
reveal masked portions.
This is even true after saving the animation and
coming back later to the editor.
It is also possible to mask portions of a background image.
The selective mask tool:
Very useful to
isolate hair and face from the background.
Select a large tool using the "Tool Size" slider for ultra fast operation.
Use the reveal tool if too much was masked...
Face swap, using Facemorph,
start image Obama with face masked
Adding background and perspective
Cube with hole, moving background