whiteboard video

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I want to do something like whiteboard video in Blender (for example, like this video).

Suppose I have an image with simulated hand-drawing and a transparent background. I can prepare this image in Inkscape (or any other software) and import it to Blender by using addon "Import Images as Planes" or manually.

I can imagine how to make an animation of the moving hand with a pencil. It can be done by driver moving along a given curve. But I want the same driver (sphere for example) to control the visibility of areas of my image. Other words I want to show only those parts of the image where the specified object (driver) was already moving. Thus it will be possible to realize an animation of gradual and realistic appearance of my hand-drawing image.

What is the best and easiest way to implement such a thing?
Any help will be appreciated.

Thank you.
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Posted 1 year ago

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In the past three weeks, BlueJeans has not become a video effects editing program. None of our products will help you produce motion graphics.

P.S. Try After Effects.
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you are trying to sell whiteboard animations, I don't see the connection with BJ as a videoconference tool