Creating a Spinning Newspaper Effect

You can easily create a spinning newspaper special effect for your video projects using a one-slide Keynote presentation. You can export it as a video and import it into iMovie or any other video editing app as a clip or an overlay.

Comments: 8 Responses to “Creating a Spinning Newspaper Effect”

    Dave Taenzer
    10 months ago

    Great stuff! Thanks.

    Michael Z Freeman
    10 months ago

    Nice and straightforward rather than having to go into Apple Motion or Final Cut Pro.

    Gordon Boorse
    10 months ago

    Gary, I absolutely love your teaching videos. I don't know how you keep up with your ideas, knowledge about so many subjects, ways to do things and then put them together for us. to see. Thank you!

    Robert Bailey
    10 months ago

    Very clever! Does Keynote give you the option of adding some kind of motion blur? I can't check it right now because I just had carpal tunnel surgery.

    10 months ago

    Robert: Not that I can think of, as a part of something like this if that is what you mean. But maybe if you had this going slower (14 seconds long instead of 7) and then speed it up in iMovie you'd get what you want?

    Patrick Mc Namee
    10 months ago

    This time Gary you really have excelled yourself - what a useful movie and explained with a clarity and succinctness that reveals outstanding expertise. Thank you so much and I intend to use this technique in all sorts of circumstances.

    Tom Roche
    10 months ago

    Great stuff Gary

    Britt
    4 months ago

    This was SO helpful! I was about to pull my hair out knowing what I wanted in my head but not finding a tutorial on how to do it. This was so clear and easy, I really appreciate it!!

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