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Jump To Element, How to use in Cinema8

With the Jump To element, it allows you to go for a second in your video or a second of another video. You drag and drop the element to the point where the jump will take place, and when the video reaches that second, it will jump.

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First of all, we drag and drop our vehicle from the Elements list and a screen is presented about how we would prefer to use our Jump To element. Here we can either give our jumping point a point from the project we are in, or we can jump to any second of another project.

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1- If you are going to do the jumping in this project, the option you need to click.

2- When the video reaches the point where you added the element, what second of the project should it jump.

3- If you want to make the jump to another project, the option you need to click.

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1- If you want to make the jump to another project, the option you need to click.

2- The area you will choose the project you want to jump.

3- If you want to jump to which the time of the video, write it.

4- After making all the settings, the button that allows to save the element.

Editing Jump To Element Settings

When we successfully add the Jump To element to the layer it will look like the following.

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1: “Jump To" element attached to the layer.

Once I click on the element on my layer, the system will open the settings of the element clicked on the right side of the screen.

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1- The area you will name the element you added.

2- Area showing when the element will enter the screen.

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3- Select the action you want it to take after the jump has taken place.

4- Add a new action you want to take after the jump has taken place.

5- Time to jump.

6- Button, where you can save the properties you changed.

7- Button, where you can delete the element.