Keynote transitions query

Discussion in 'Graphics' started by AES, Oct 30, 2010.

  1. AES

    AES Guest

    Saw a presentation recently in which a slide started out with 4 similar
    and equal sized graphics (4 similar technical plots) arranged in a 2 X 2
    array which filled most of the area of the initial slide.

    In subsequent slides, each of the individual plots zoomed upward, one at
    a time, expanding in size and moving to the center of the screen so as
    to cover most of the area of the initial slide, with a frame around the
    zoomed plot, and the smaller originals mostly hidden behind it -- and
    then, after some discussion of that image, collapsing back down to its
    initial position, and the next individual plot zooming up.

    Is there a name for this transition? Can the latest version of Keynote
    do it? -- or is a special-purpose Keynote plug-in purchasable?
     
    AES, Oct 30, 2010
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