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Slideshow parallax scroll effect within Muse?

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Jun 26, 2018

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I know how to create a parallax scroll effect on a static image, but would it be possible to get the same effect on a slideshow? if I select the slideshow image, the motion tab next to ‘Fill’ is faded out for me, but if I use the one on the side panel it gives strange results (like the slideshow appearing fixed to the centre of the screen). Any ideas?

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I don't understand because this video is already a tutorial for making it in old Adobe Muse and Photoshop so the answer is yes

make a new Fixed width site not a fluid one

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Slideshow parallax scroll effect within Muse?

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I know how to create a parallax scroll effect on a static image, but would it be possible to get the same effect on a slideshow? if I select the slideshow image, the motion tab next to ‘Fill’ is faded out for me, but if I use the one on the side panel it gives strange results (like the slideshow appearing fixed to the centre of the screen). Any ideas?

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I don't understand because this video is already a tutorial for making it in old Adobe Muse and Photoshop so the answer is yes

make a new Fixed width site not a fluid one

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Jun 27, 2018

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I'm not sure what you mean exactly.  A Parallax layout is where content sort of slides over various background images while users scroll down the page.  See example below.

https://alt-web.com/DEMOS/BSParallax.html

Do you have a URL to a site which contains what you're tying to achieeve?

Nancy O'Shea, ACP
Alt-Web.com

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Sorry, a better way to describe it is a scrolling window effect, as shown in this tutorial:

Blurry to Non-Blurry Scroll Effect | Adobe Muse CC | Photoshop | Muse For You - YouTube

I would like to know if there's a way to achieve this with a slideshow widget or something similar.

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I don't understand because this video is already a tutorial for making it in old Adobe Muse and Photoshop so the answer is yes

make a new Fixed width site not a fluid one

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you can have a single background image then all your slideshow images scroll over that?

I agree a url for the design will help a lot

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