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Studio 17 can it reverse this transition? Both in Hollywood FX and in Studio, they talk about a reverse transition. But what are they referring to in this option?

Is it the path that is reversed? Is it only the movement of the object that is reversed? Are just the A and B images reversed? Or is it a combination of one or more of these parameters that is taken into account? To look at a specific case, here is a tutorial that lists the different options using a simple example, that of the "Shipping Box" (contained in HFX Volume 2 Industrial 2) that closes and disappears at the bottom of the screen. If we want it to appear from the bottom of the screen and open instead of close, how do we make it reverse?

It is virtually impossible to have a 100% right answer without peeling back the layers of the transition. The detailed answer you expect is in the tutorial:

"[ The Reverse Transitions within Holllywood FX ]"

I advise you not to waste any time as there may be a bonus waiting for you...


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