Boxshot Ultimate allows you to render the animation of transition between two snapshots. This can be used to create various fly–in or zooming effects. Exactly as with turntable animations you get a set of images as a result that you may then use for creating a video, VR–object or flash animation.
Click the Render menu, then Transition animation… to start. Note that you need at least two snapshots in the scene for the feature to work.
Here you choose two snapshots for transition. Boxshot shows previews and names, so it might be helpful to name snapshots first. Click the Next button when you select the snapshots.
On the second step you define the number of transition frames and the parameters of transition curve. Boxshot shows a curve preview and allows you to preview the animation by dragging the Preview slider. Move the window aside to see the scene and drag the Preview slider to see the animation.
Click the Next button when ready.
Finally, you configure the rendering parameters for your animation and click the Enqueue button to create a “render later” job with your animation.