In this example we are showing transitions created using pan and zoom
Rotate in and out
The first transition combines a spin with a zoom out. We zoomed
out approximately five times the width of the image so it appeared to
shrink to one fifth its size.
The rotation is one and one half turns in and then
out. That's 540 degrees.
The transition is a half second on each side for the
The easiest way to do this is to right click on the
Camera Window, and
manually set the width and rotation values. You can then cut and
paste the keys to get consistent effects.
Zoom in and Out
The second transition uses the same zoom factor and timing as the
first. the difference is that no angle is specified for
rotation. The result is a new effect!
Push We next used
the built in fade transition to get to the next image. Here we
cheated to get the push effect. This image consists of a two
pictures. The second picture being the first in the movie.
We simply pan across the image in a half second for the effect.
Since the SWF file is looping we get the effect of a continuous
Below is combined image used in the "push" transition.
Any Image editor will let you paste two images together.
You can also paste the images vertically for push Ups
and Downs and Push Right or Left. Four new effects from the