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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.


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 ...


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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