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Ken burn effect with text and background-color

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Hi, I am new to GreenSock, I want to create a ken burn effect with background-image, text inside and background-color that cover the background-image. I dont know how to do it. Can somebody help me?

 

Is there a page with GreenSock effects tutorials?

 

Thank you so much!

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Welcome to the forums, @RyRInfo! And thanks for being a Club GreenSock member.

 

You can certainly create that effect using GSAP, although I probably wouldn't recommend doing it with background-image because that's limited to whole pixel values for position, so it can look rather jerky at slow speeds. It'd be much better to just use a regular image element or I guess you could use a <div> with background-image, but animate that whole element (and you can make the container <div> overflow:hidden). That way, you get the benefit of using transforms which tap into sub-pixel rendering. It's usually better for performance too. 

 

This thread might be useful: 

 

If you still need some help, please post a codepen demo that we can peek at. 

 

As for GreenSock effect tutorials, we have a learning section at https://greensock.com/learning but there isn't an article specifically talking about the Ken Burns effect. There are tons of GSAP tutorials scattered across the web, though, so Google is your friend :)

 

Happy tweening!

 

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