What it does: Slices your first scene into strips resembling a comb's teeth, which twirl and peel off the page to show your second scene.

How to use it: Use the controls to adjust the strips' behavior.

  • Slices set the amount and width of the strips. Turn the dial to the right for more strips, to the left for fewer strips.
  • Cohesion control the timing of the strips relative to each other. Turn all the way to the left to have the strips move one by one. Turn to the right to move the strips in unison.
  • Depth decide how close to the camera the strips appear to be. Turn the dial to the right to make them appear farther away, to the left to make them appear closer.
  • Use Orientation to position the strips horizontally or vertically.
  • Check the Reverse box to make the strips spin in from the right and left edges of the screen (or top and bottom edges if vertical is selected); uncheck to make them spin outward toward the left and right edges (or top and bottom edges if vertical is selected).
  • Check the Spread box to spread the strips at the maximum spread, uncheck it to keep them closer together..
  • Flight Speed set the velocity and direction of the strips. With the control in the center position, the strips don't fly at all. Turn to the left to fly increasingly faster in one direction or to the right to fly in the other.
  • Flight Delay decide when to make the strips start twirling. Turn the dial to the left for a shorter delay, to the right for a longer delay.
  • Angle make the strips peel away at an angle. Turn the dial to the right for more of an angle, to the left for less of an angle.
  • Fog give the flying scenes 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.)
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