Creating banners with some animation features

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Creating banners with some animation features

Postby Rauterkus » 03 Jun 2016, 12:43

Hi All,

Where can I learn more about the animation features in Quark 2016?

I wish to create some banners, about 7.5 inches wide and 3 inches tall. But, they can be taller -- just the top parts are visible in the end product.

I'd love to have some simple animation as the banners will be on the web. Perhaps a slideshow in a box. Perhaps we change the background graphics. Perhaps we take a logo and do a fly in from the side.

Then, the output needs to go into a VIDEO that can be put onto YouTube.com.

Tips and suggestions welcome with using Quark.

Perhaps I can get the animation working on the banner -- and then I can do a screen capture. That screen capture could be made into a video.
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Re: Creating banners with some animation features

Postby Sarbjit Singh » 06 Jun 2016, 05:03

You may find out more about HTML5 interactivity from the link below (please ignore the references to App Studio):

http://docs.appstudio.net/display/AppSt ... udio+issue

You may then "Preview" the layout as HTML5 Publication. This output can be recorded to make a video. Let me know if you have specific queries.
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Re: Creating banners with some animation features

Postby Rauterkus » 08 Jun 2016, 13:08

Thanks for the pointer. Still clear as mud, mostly.

What does this mean, "ignore references to App Studio?"
I only have Quark 2016. I don't want App Studio.
I want to design in Quark,then export to HTML5 or else export to print or even just export a rich .pdf or .png.

Do you need me or someone to construct a mini-user guide for Quark Express 2016 for HTML5?

I don't even see how to export the sample document to HTML5. Is is "export" or "Save As..."
Where do I begin?
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Re: Creating banners with some animation features

Postby Sarbjit Singh » 08 Jun 2016, 23:23

You may apply interactivity as explained in the guide I was referring to.
Then you can click the HTML 5 preview button on the bottom left of the layout to see how it looks. Once you complete the layout you need to export it as HTML5 publication.
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Re: Creating banners with some animation features

Postby Rohit Bajaj (Quark) » 09 Jun 2016, 00:07

Hello Rauterkus,

You can export it as HTML5 as: File > Export > Layout as HTML Publication OR you can Press the Preview HTML5 Publication button available at lower left corner of the Project window.

Thanks
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Re: Creating banners with some animation features

Postby Sarbjit Singh » 09 Jun 2016, 02:36

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Re: Creating banners with some animation features

Postby Rauterkus » 10 Jun 2016, 09:57

Problems still.

Thanks for the pointer to the guide, but what is in the guide and what is on my screen is not the same.

See this:

http://rauterkus.blogspot.com/2016/06/q ... html5.html

I have latest version of QuarkExpress, 2016.
I am running WIN.

Help.
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Re: Creating banners with some animation features

Postby Rauterkus » 10 Jun 2016, 11:24

Problem solved...

My documents were loading with the older version. I was using Quark 2015, not the newest version, Quark 2016.

Feeling dumb.

Now onto making HTML5 document.

Make sure you launch the proper version!
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