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I don't know the correct method to do this but I would do the following to achieve the effect Lower the fill to 0% and add orange stroke from layer styles.


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if you want to stick to Keynote and export it as a Quicktime format, I think it might not hurt to try: GIF Brewery GIF Brewery lets you convert brief clips from your video files into GIFs. Whether you want to create the newest cat GIF or provide a preview of a longer video, GIF Brewery is for you. No longer must you extract frames from your movies and ...


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You could also create the animation of the UI using Keynote. Its fairly simple and perfect for creating UI animations. I then used after effects to just place the video it into the Phone. Step 1 : I first created the UI animation on keynote and made this: http://vimeo.com/108991829 Step 2 : I then placed the video into an iPhone after effects mockup that ...



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