Outline is a great theme to tell a story, while presenting pictures with stylish transitions.
In the Outline theme you can combine photos, videos, maps, text slides, and add soundtracks, legends, transitions, text spoken by computer voices.
The Outline theme has lots of effects to show groups of images (pictures and maps). If your timeline has a sequence of multiple pictures that follow each other, Stupeflix will select randomly effects and transitions between these images, so when you make multiple previews or exports, the video may look a bit different each time. If you are satisfied with a particular preview, just hit export and it will keep the effects you had in the preview.
Adding custom transitions between each picture or other visual element will show them one by one, in full screen in the video.
Outline lets you choose the overall speed of your videos by setting how long you want photos to be shown for. By default, Outline shows each photo - or map or text slide - for about 5 seconds. You can give your video a faster pace with 3 seconds per photo, or a slower pace with 7 seconds per photo.
To change the overall pace of your video, click on Project Settings and select a different Pace, you can choose between Slow, Normal and Fast. This trick works with most themes.
In Outline, your photos are shown in full screen between transitions. If you upload photos in portrait mode, they will be cropped a bit to fit in the landscape format of the video. We added a useful feature so you can make sure that the most important part of your photo does not get cut off. To do that, just double-click your photo in the timeline, and set the key point for your photo. You can learn more about this in this blog post.