3D Fly Away makes the first scene fly and spin inward until it disappears to reveal the second scene.
Use the controls to adjust the behavior of the fly away.
- Distance controls how far the first scene appears to fly away from the camera. Turn the dial to the left for a shorter distance, to the right for a longer distance.
- Flight Target sets the position or use the X-Y axes in the background that the scene flies to.
- Fog gives the scene a white glow. Turn the dial to the right for harshest glow, to the right for subtle or no glow.
- Shine adds a metallic sheen to the scene. (This is especially powerful when combined with Fog.)
- Check the Fade box to make the flying scene fade out as it goes away.
- Check the Reverse box to make the new scene fly toward the camera.
The Drop Shadow group allows you to set the style and position of a shadow in order to make the image parts stand out against the background image the best.
- Offset sets the distance of the shadow from the object.
- Angle sets the direction the shadow is cast.
- Blur controls the width of the shadow edge blur.
- Color sets the color of the shadow
- Opacity controls the transparency of the shadow.