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Targeting Objects For Animation Within Motion

The ability to set specific behavioral parameters to targeted objects within an Apple Motion project can provide you with animation that is truly eyecatching! For example, the Vortex behavior is set to one object and has the potential to effect every object that surrounds it, but you can specifically target the elements on which the Vortex behavior will apply its force.

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Setting Specific Objects To Be Effected By the Vortex Behavior

1 Apply the Vortex behavior to one element within your project that you wish for other objects to circle around. You can do this in the Dashboard or the Inspector windows.

2 The Behaviors tab will supply you a list of affected elements. From the Layers list, drag the specific items that you wish to be effected by the Vortex Affect to the affected elements list.

All objects that you have placed within the Affected objects list will now circle around the object that you originally applied the Vortex behavior to in step 1.

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