Vortex

What it does: Breaks the first scene into small pieces that twirl and fly around the screen to reveal the second scene.

How to use it: Use the controls to adjust the behavior of the vortex.

  • Shading for a stronger 3D effect, control the amount of shading applied to individual confetti pieces as they face away from the camera.
  • Columns lets you control the number of vertical columns that appear. Turn the dial to the right for more columns, to the left for fewer columns.
  • Rows lets you control the number of horizontal rows that appear. Turn the dial to the right for more rows, to the left for fewer rows.
  • Cohesion determine how tightly or loosely the pieces stay together, giving the appearance of fewer or greater numbers of pieces. Turn the dial to the left for less cohesion, to the right for more cohesion.
  • Turbulence increase or decrease how much and how complicated the path of the individual panes of a scene are.  Turn to the right for more turbulence; turn to the left for less.
  • Depth control how close or far the pieces appear to be from the camera, making them look larger when close and smaller when far. Turn the dial to the right to make them look smaller, to the left to make them look larger.
  • Tilt set the direction to tilt the panes as they pull away when Depth is turned up.
  • Rotate Panels make the pieces rotate vertically or horizontally.
  • Background set a background scene or color. If a color, use the dropper icon to select the color you want
  • Check the Reverse box for a counterclockwise vortex, uncheck it for a clockwise vortex.
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