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ePublishing with InDesign CS6: Design and produce digital publications for tablets, ereaders, smartphones, and more by Pariah Burke

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Adding Animations and 3D Rotating Objects

At first blush, the title of this section might sound like to two totally unrelated types of interactivity. Bear with me, though; you’ll soon see that, while the intent is different, they’re actually both built the same way. I’ll start off with the 3D rotating object; even if you want to use animation only, please go through the 3D rotating objects tutorial because the steps are the same for other types of animations.

Preparing 3D Rotating Objects

The first thing you need To add a 3D rotating object overlay is, of course, your 3D rotating object. Typically these objects are created in 3D drawing programs like the selection of applications available from Autodesk (http://autodesk.com), which include industry ...

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