I'm creating an animation for a school project and I want to make "scenes". In other words, can I clear all objects, images, symbols etc. from the stage in a keyframe and start with a clean stage? But WITHIN the same animation? Or better yet, can I merge multiple animations together?
Basically, I don't want a bunch of images floating off stage when not in use, or with their opacity at zero or anything else. I want to cleanly make scenes and then show them all together as one animation.
Is this possible in Edge?
Thank you for your time!
While there is no 'feature' called scenes, you can encapsulate larger animation sections into symbols, and sequence them as needed. There is also a 'display' property that allows you turn things off when they are no longer needed. This really helps with performance since it will remove the symbol or asset from the DOM completely.
Here's an example (although the performance is pretty janky ) Trinity and here's how this little scene is setup:
Adding that you can also decide that some elements are not visible at certain time, but they are still on the stage.
It means that you can play with the "hidden" attribute.