Is there an easy way in Camtasia to have a vertical line that starts at one position (not necessarily the boundaries of the video) and moves to another position over the course of the animation? The only way I can think to do it is have a track with lots of incremental vertical lines that I'd have to place manually, which is not ideal, and hard to do smoothly.
Unfortunately, I can't really provide an example, as it is work related, but basically I am making a video with four quadrants. 3 of the 4 quadrants would provide different views of a part I am analyzing over time. The last quadrant would be a plot of data vs time (just an Excel chart), and I would like to set the vertical line up overlaying the chart such that at the start of the video, it begins at the "time=0" position of the Excel chart, and moves over the course of the video to the "end time" position of the Excel chart. That way, it is clear as the animations progress where we are in the data shown on the Excel chart.
As I read the above back to myself, I'm not sure if it is very clear what I am trying to do... I'll try to jimmy up a simplified example today!
Thanks for your time,
I noticed the custom animation option doesn't appear to progress linearly. Instead, it starts out slowly, gains speed in the middle, and slows down again at the end. I think this is visible in Joe's examples, and especially with the red line of the second gif. Is there any way to control that to be a straight linear motion?