Making a strikethrough text is easy. I however have a bunch of images on screen I want to strikethrough with animated red stripes while sounding a little buzzer.
I have been able to do this by replacing the normal images with the strikethrough images using for example a barndoor filter. But it is very cumbersome. I need two images for every item on the screen, one normal and one strikethrough-version and the transistion is not very easy to get it uniform.
So I thought, I can use the normal images and reuse one transparent images of a red stripe right?
Wrong! If I then fade out the strikethrough-images, The red stripe is also becomming seethrough which is ugly.
So the question :
Is there a simple way to do strikethrough images ?
Placer un clip couleur rouge sur la piste supérieure Mettre un filtre Crop: Rectangle pour créer une ligne (hauteur très faible) Animer la longueur avec deux images clés La ligne sera soit horizontale, soit verticale, donc si besoin ajouter un filtre SPR pour la faire tourner. Ce sera malgré tout toujours une ligne droite. Il est possible de la déformer en courbe avec le filtre 360 Equirectangular to rectilinéar Autre possibilité, utiliser Glaxnimate
Place a red color clip on the top track
Put a Crop: Rectangle filter to create a line (very low height)
Animate the length with two key frames
The line will be either horizontal or vertical, so if needed add an SPR filter to make it rotate.
It will still be a straight line.
It is possible to deform it into a curve with the 360 Equirectangular to rectilinear filter
Another possibility is to use Glaxnimate
Not sure if that will work. My background is a moving video and I have more than one strikken image that I want to fade out independantly. It will be doable but way more complicated than my initial transition “solution”.
Good idea !!!
I just did some experimenting with that. I found if I do it the other way around and ofset the fading of the virus and the red line by 15-20 frames using keyframes, then the virus is starting to fade just before the red line starts fading. The transparency of the red line sudenly is not as noticable. I would say it is pretty acceptable, best solution yet