Hi there and this is another tutorial on how to create Particles Text Effect Animation Motion Graphics using PowerPoint 2016. This effect is also inspired from Morocco Tutorials which he did in After Effects.
I have also included a Transparent GIF file of the Particles. If you are not comfartable using video then you can use this transparent gif file and can even place it in front of other objects. Moreover, it is small in size and can easily be handle. If you want to crop the gif file then Fill the GIF inside a shape and then crop the shape.
So what you really going to love in this tutorial is that two particles video has been used on a single slide and you might already know that it is very much hard to use two full size videos on a single slide in PowerPoint. So there are a few tricks has been used that I think you will love to learn.
The particles video are in .MOV format and are transparent but as you might already know that PowerPoint does not support transparency in videos. Both particles videos has been created in After Effects. I could also export these videos in .AVI format but the size was very larger and larger size videos slow down the presentation and you can’t actually see in the Slideshow that what is going on? So I have to use .MOV format.
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Updated Download Links with MP4 files and you don’t have to fulfill the above requirements. You can use these files with x86 version of PowerPoint without Quick Time Player.
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