Uploading background images into the project’s library.
- Open your project’s library and choose Image.
- Click Add an Image.
- Name the image and enter the image URL. More information about the image URL can be obtained in this post.
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If you are using the Premium version, you can upload several images directly from your device. Click Choose File and select the images you want to upload from the device.
- (OPTIONAL) If the image you are adding is a background image, it is recommended to follow the following steps.
- Go to Settings and scroll down until you find the Add Ons button.
- Click on Add Ons and look at Library Section. Enable [Show default optional settings for all asset] option.
- Return to Library.
- Click on the image you have added.
- In the image scale section, click [Fill in Stage]. This will resize the image to automatically fill in the stage so there will be no weird oversized or undersized images as a background.
Managing the background in a Scene
- Open a scene.
- Make sure you have added pages into the scene.
- Click the Add Assets button and choose Image.
- Drag and drop the image into the scene. The image will not appear if you just drag and drop it.
- Select a page and click on the blue button to enter the timeline editor.
- Select an image asset. This will open an animation commands panel on the right side.
- Choose Show Image to make the image appears on the scene.
- Change the X-axis of the image either by inputting a value, sliding the slider or click on one of the preset.
- If you want to adjust the Y-axis of the image, use this input box instead.
- Scale the image by inputting a value to this input box. If you enter a value less than 1, it will scale down the image. If the value is more than 1, it will scale up the image.
- Click Save Changes.
Hiding an image in a scene
- Select an image.
- Add a Hide Image animation to the selected image.
- Save changes.
TIPS: If you have added a character and it is not showing up, it might be hidden under your image. To fix this, all you have to do arrange the image below the character.