tile explosion transitions

tile explosion are a set of iMovie transitions that can divide a clip into over a hundret animated tiles that are then animated to fly off-screen. some animations resemble explosions, other crumbling walls, etc. you have control over the number of tiles used, the basic animation process (the plug-in comes with 15 animation processors), and the variance on the animation theme (100 levels each).

the fade-in and fade-out of the plug-in each fade to a user-defined color.

included transitions:

  • crossfade
  • fade in
  • fade out

features:

horizontal
this slider controls the number of tiles horizontally. you can set it from 3 to 53.

vertical
this slider controls the number of tiles vertically. you can set it from 3 to 53.

variance
this slider controls the relative randomness of a direction. setting it to zero will cause the tiles to behave similar, setting it to 100 will make them behave more erratic.

direction pop-up
this pop-up pre-selects the tile's animation sequence. the actual sequence is dependent upon the number of tiles, and the variance. the following sequences are available:

  • random
    each tile moves in a randomly selected direction
  • explosion, explosion (t)
    all tiles move radially outward from the center of the screen, creating the illusion the the clip is being exploded. the timed (t) version of the sequence processor times the tiles so that inner tiles are animated before outer tiles, enhancing the explosion effect.
  • right, right (t)
    all tiles move to the right. the timed (t) version of the sequence processor will cause those tiles opposite of the direction to be animated first, giving the transition an enhanced abrasive effect.
  • left, left (t)
    all tiles move to the left. the timed (t) version of the sequence processor will cause those tiles opposite of the direction to be animated first, giving the transition an enhanced abrasive effect.
  • top, top (t)
    all tiles move upward. the timed (t) version of the sequence processor will cause those tiles opposite of the direction to be animated first, giving the transition an enhanced abrasive effect.
  • bottom, bottom (t)
    all tiles move downward. the timed (t) version of the sequence processor will cause those tiles opposite of the direction to be animated first, giving the transition an enhanced abrasive effect.
  • left & right, left & right (t)
    all tiles left of the middle move to the left, those right of the middle move right. the timed (t) version of the sequence processor will cause the outer tiles of each side to be animated first, giving the transition a double abrasive effect.
  • up & down, up & down (t)
    all tiles above of the middle move up, those below of the middle move down. the timed (t) version of the sequence processor will cause the top and bottom tiles to be animated first, giving the transition a double abrasive effect.

 

fade color (in/out only)
defines the color to fade to or from.

 

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price : USD 7.50

version 3.0.0u