I'm creating technical presentations like the attached video. /// Goal: The goal is to present my slides with recorded audio and realtime pointer that I draw on my ipad. The output should be be in a web-ready format. Viewers should be able to switch between different slide styles (e.g. black or white background, thin or bold lines) and different pointer styles (e.g. big yellow dot pointer or half-opacity blue star). /// What I've been doing: I've been recording my performance of the presentation using Keynote on an ipad with pencil. Then in After Effects I motion-track the red dot, apply that motion to a shape for the pointer, then on the original recording track disable the video but keep the audio, then drop in PNG images of the slides at each moment (frame) when they switch in the recording. This is labor intensive, but the output looks perfect. /// Next steps?: I was thinking it would be great if I could use a different app (like Animate?) where I could take the original recording's audio and motion tracking, and put that on top of a picture-track. Then I could have a couple of different picture-tracks with different versions of the slides (eg thin lines or bold lines) and the viewer could click a button to seamless switch between which picture-track they're viewing as the audio and pointer presentation plays. Also they could switch between desired pointer shapes. /// How do I accomplish this?