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Utilizing The Dashboard and Inspector Windows In Motion

Whenever you select an object or an effect within your Motion project, the dashboard for that object or effect will appear by default to let you manipulate that element. The dashboard is like a floating dialog box that provides you a convenient way to modify layers as well as objects and effects. Different controls will appear depending on the element that you have chosen (Opacity, Blend Mode, Zoom, etc.).

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While the dashboard contains the most commonly used controls for elements, the inspector window contains every parameter that can effect an object or layer. The inspector window can transform, change color, adjust footage properties and filters, and create keyframes as well.

The Dashboard and the Inspector window will allow you to put the finishing touch on some very impressive graphics and animations.

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