Do what JackMiller says and create the background as a loop so it keyframes to the end and starts over again. It's also possible that your editing software will have a transition that can be applied to the background and slowed way down to create the long, slow crawl.
If you have a decent video editor and a decent image creation program – it's childishly easy. So with say premiere and photoshop, you create the project. I'd create a large image – which seems to be just simple components, copied and pasted. The you bring that into the editor – and move the image, enlarged/expanded to the start point, then keyframe it to the end point, and let it slowly creep across the screen. It's very simple – IF you can do it on your system. What do you manipulate images with, and what is your editor?
It's a combo of the two – start position – set a key frame for vertical and horizontal, then go to the end, set another set of key frames and then they will move diagonally as you want – you can set intermediate points too – and ease in/ease out will make the changes of direction smoother.
What did you mean by moving at an angle?
diagonally – a combination of a horizontal and vertical shift
I just started using photoshop and premiere. That's exactly what I've done (made image fit my screen and I set beginning and the end) now I'm trying to figure out how to make image move on an angle (I know how to make it move sideways and up & down).
Thank you. I've figured it out shortly after asking the question by experimating 🙂
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