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I show you this super fast technique to convert multiple JPG images from RGB to grayscale using Photoshop CC droplets. There are a couple of tricky settings you need to know to make this method work. Once you create this photoshop droplet, you will be able to use it anywhere on the computer. You will be able to convert RGB images to GRAYSCALE (8-bit grayscale, not just grayscale image in RGB). This technique teaches you how to use Photoshop actions and Photoshop droplets for a powerful image conversion utility program that you can use anywhere on your computer with Photoshop CC.
Aaron Linsdau shows you how to animate a line on a map using Apple Motion 5. This technique is super easy and allows you to create any type of animated line on a map you want. Think of the Indiana Jones movies where there was an animated line to show you where he traveled to. This is very useful for outdoor YouTubers to animate your maps and make them look more interesting for your viewers.
Get Apple Motion 5 here: https://www.apple.com/final-cut-pro/motion/
In Apple Motion 5, I show you how to animate a line, change the color of the line, add an arrow, and change the arrow size. Then I show you how to animate the line, change when the animation stops, and change the animation duration. Then finally I show you how to keep the line visible or hold the line after the animation motion has ended.