Output to PDF (experimental)
To give you early access to the latest and greatest, we will release some features as "Experimental". This means you can start playing around with this functionality, but you should not use this in production. Functionality might change in the final implementation.
Select the right Layout
In the tree of layouts, select the one you wish to output.
Since a PDF is a static file, the timeline does not have any effect on the PDF output. The output engine will disregard all animation information, and generate the PDF as if no animation was made.
In the example above, the frame flies in from the left (as an intro animation), bounces in the middle (for emphasis), and then flies out (as an outro animation). This means the frame is always in motion and never has a stagnant or still moment.
If you were to remove all animations, as initially shown, the position and size of the frame would determine how it appears in the PDF.
Output (to PDF)
Click "Hamburger menu" and choose PDF (experimental) in the dropdown.
When the export is ready, your browser will download the file into your downloads folder.