Animation and its type

Animation:

Animation is a sequence of frames that when placed in order at sufficient speed make a smooth-moving image like a film or video

Types of animation:

 
 

1. Three-dimensional object:

This animation moves around and among to provide a sense of perspective and also focused on the relative size and speed of an object or how it moves about another object

2. Motion overtime:

Motion over time animation stressed change over time
An example includes time lapse to illustrate a flower opening, the operation of a machine in a real-time

3. Drawing attention:

simply “Pulse” or fades or slides can draw users’ attention to a key portion of content or a change in information.

4. Interactive animation:

Interactive animation add button or fields which allow users to change setting interactive animations are a good way to help students understand the effects of different setting or parameters on a process

Simple control: 
Simple control such as pause, stop, and replay is recommended for most animations so that users can focus on different aspects of different weaving.

Processing:

Processing inverse the method to resize the files audio in video as per our requirement.
In processing compression for  elimination of redundant data from a file and then remove less important data to shrink file size till further.

Audio processing:

Audio files may lose amplitude and clarity in the digital process. The process finds the high peak in a file to make the volume.

In audio processing, we modify the audio by trimming clips and removing the noise, and amplifying the audio.

Video processing:

In the video process we trim the clip to make sure that our movie begins and ends with Fame that makes sense as a still image

We use video editing software to crop out unwanted noise or borders from moving images.

In video processing, we also resize the pictorial knowns as scale. 

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