What it does: Breaks your first scene into pieces that fall away from the camera. The darker portions of the first scene fall faster than the lighter portions.
How to use it: Use the controls to adjust the characteristics of the transition.
- Columns control the number of vertical columns that appear. Turn the dial to the right for more columns, to the left for fewer columns.
- Rows control the number of horizontal rows that appear. Turn the dial to the right for more rows, to the left for fewer rows.
- Min Velocity set the minimum speed at which the lightest panes fall away.
- Max Velocity set the maximum speed at which the darkest panes fall away.
- White Falls Faster invert the behavior so that lighter panes fall away faster.
- Leaf Rotation set the rotational behavior of the individual grid pieces--flip horizontally or vertically, simply rotate, or do nothing at all.
- Dispersion make the panels explode outward as they fall, heading toward the edges of the screen.
- Fade control the size of the grid pieces as they "fade" off the screen. Turn the dial to the left for smaller sizes, the right for larger sizes.
- Check the Reverse box to run in reverse and watch the grid pieces come together to create the second scene.