What it does: It twists, slices, and peels your first scene away to reveal your second scene.

How to use it: Use the controls to change the twist's behavior.

  • Shading give a shaded effect to the slices. Turn the dial to the left for less shading, to the right for more shading.
  • Slices set the number of slices in the twist. Turn dial to the right for more slices, to the left for fewer slices.
  • Cohesion control the timing of the slices relative to each other. Turn all the way to the left to move the slices one by one. Turn to the right to move the slices increasingly in unison.
  • Depth control how far in and out the twist appears from the camera. Turn the dial to the right for maximum depth, to the left for minimum depth.
  • Axis make the twist peel vertically or horizontally.
  • Check the Rotate box to make the twist turn counterclockwise around the screen.
  • If the Reverse box is also checked, the twist will turn clockwise.
  • If the Flip box is checked, the whole assembly of slices turns over and over as it twists.
  • Fog give the scene a white glow. Turn the dial to the right for harshest glow, to the right for subtle or no glow.
  • Shine add a metallic sheen to the scene. (This is especially powerful when combined with Fog.)
  • Background set a background scene.
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