Video Effects Pack 5
Image splitter 2
The second scene is pushed up to an adjustable cut-off point on the first scene, remains there and thus divides the scenes. After standing the scene slides over the remainder of the first scene. The scenes can be optionally compressed.
The second scene wipes in over the first scene. For the transition region a blur is variably adjustable.
The second scene is displayed by an arbitrary number of strips in the first scene. Here, the impression that one raises a slat blinds arises.
About the scene a fog margin is set, the density of the fog is set in percentage. You have the choice between two fog shapes (circle, diamond).
The second scene is set as translucent relief on the first scene.
The first scene can be hidden from right to left or from left to right. Behind the second scene is revealed. The border area is 'frayed' and can be changed in the blur.
The first scene is briefly increased until it then decreases to the center of the image and hides. Or the second scene fades from the center of the image until it is shown enlarged to then adopt the correct image size. This effect works best with a short duration of effect.
From the center outgoing rays fade in the next scene.
Imagine, you see the image on the surface of water and throw a stone in one corner of the image. The undulations give rise to a new image. In a similar way the scenes are displayed here.