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 If Animation is turned in for this slide, then the Stage displays two parts. The left side displays the start of an animation and the right side displays the end or finish of the animation. Using different positions and zoom values on the left and right sides defines the animation for a layer. For more detailed information,​ see [[the_stage|The Stage]] and [[working_with_layers |Working With Layers]]. If Animation is turned in for this slide, then the Stage displays two parts. The left side displays the start of an animation and the right side displays the end or finish of the animation. Using different positions and zoom values on the left and right sides defines the animation for a layer. For more detailed information,​ see [[the_stage|The Stage]] and [[working_with_layers |Working With Layers]].
  
-FIXME VIDEO "​Working with the Stage"​ +{{ vimeo>156424179?​widthxheight=1280x720 }}
-  * Select slide with single image +
-  * Drag the layer to move it +
-  * Use the Zoom and Rotation jogwheels +
-  * Use different setting on left and right side to define an animation +
-  * Select a slide with multiple layers, show how to select individual layers in the Stage +
-  * Move and zoom individual layers +
-  * Show other ways to manipulate layers: +
-  * Use the modifier keys <html><​kbd>​⌥</​kbd></​html>​ and <​html><​kbd>​⌘</​kbd></​html>​ to zoom and rotate +
-  * Use <​html><​kbd>​⌘</​kbd></​html>​ and arrow keys to move a layer pixel by pixel +
-  * Use Edit Geometry from the context menu to edit values numerically +
 ===== Moving a Layer ===== ===== Moving a Layer =====