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The REALLY easy way with an iPad 2: buy the iPad HDMI converter and just record the iPad screen with a video capture device.
If that's not possble, do a screen grab of the iPad keyboard (hold the power button and press the Home button), import to AE, and use masked adjustment layers to invert the key colour for key presses. iPad keys go darker grey when pressed, so create an adjustment layer, use a round edged mask to isolate the key you want to change, apply the Invert effect, adjust until it looks right, trim and position the adjustment layer to the correct time.
thanks a lot for your reply that helped me a lot
I think I will try to use the screen capture...would be the easiest way maybe...
But I have one more question...I'm animating an application. In it there is
a slider. How can I animate this navigation tool by the easiest way? It's not
a common slider that you can drag. You get a feedback of the slider
position by the colour...I don't get on with the masks :-( The mask has to
be transparent but mine still has a colour don't know how to remove the
My slider look close to those ones:
Sorry, your image seems broken. Can you repost it?
Masks are a fairly essential part of motion graphics. You need to persevere if you want to get any good at this stuff.
oh I'm sorry. Yesterday the image was there :-(
let's have another try
well, the slider should look close to this image. So if you drag it
the part behind it gets grey: