Transitioning with TransWall Flip
Depth & Offset Controls
The initial animation whips the camera into 3D space to reveal a video wall. Pick and choose from 7 unique presets with varying layouts that feature up to 8 drop zones. With the depth slider, users can determine the distance the camera pulls out. With the offset controls, Final Cut Pro editors can change the position of the video wall.
Up to 8 Drop Zones
Editors can choose from 4, 6, and 8 drop zone presets. Under Drop Zone Controls, users can utilize the “overall scale” slider to resize all drop zones at once. This control allows users to fill the void created by an increased camera depth. With the “pan” and “scale” parameters, editors can make more precise modifications to each individual drop zone.
Camera & Background Control
TransWall feature two basic Camera and Background controls that allow for greater customization. Utilize the background color control to change the accent and vibrance of the transition. Use lighter colors to elicit happier feelings and darker colors for a more serious tone. Under Camera Controls, users can find the The Angle of View slider which allows users to achieve added dynamics when the video wall rotates.
Flip Clockwise & Counter Clockwise
Under “Animation 2 Controls” Final Cut Pro users can find the Rotation drop down menu. With this control, editors can determine how the video wall transitions into clip B. Choose to rotate the wall along the in X or Y access in a clockwise or counter-clockwise direction with the click of a mouse. Achieve new looks with incredible ease using Pixel Film Studios plugins.