Pan, zoom and rotate the slides with keyframes(often refered to as Ken Burns effect). Can be accessed from Slideshow, Toolbar or Slide Settings.
The Animation Window
In the animation window the left, middle and right button can be used to move, rotate and zoom the image. Add keys, move the timeline, add some more keys and preview. Animation presets can be saved and loaded by selecting it in the combobox.
When clicking Okay the current animation will be added to all selected slides.
Select a previous saved preset in the combobox. (Selecting Reset will delete all keys)
In the animation window you can use the left, middle and right button to move, rotate and zoom the image. The red box indicates that the safe area is is activated.
Move back and forth to change the current frame. The number on the left hand side is the current frame number.
From left to right:
Keyframes are used to interpolate between animation positions.
If more slides are selected when opening the animation tool, all of them will be added the current animation.
If the duration of a video clip is longer than the added animation, an additional keyframe will be added to that last frame of that clip.