To go back to zone 1:
@pan to zone 1
To go back to zone 1, you can also add time (ex. 4 seconds):
@pan to zone 1 in 4
You can also go back to zone 1 in a specific amount of time using an easing function:
@pan to zone 1 in 4 using easebounceout
The generic command for panning to a different zone:
@pan to zone # in S
#= a number (the zone number)
S = a number (the time, in seconds)
If no “in S” is mentioned, the default speed of the pan is 2 seconds.
@pan to zone 2 in 3
This means the camera will pan (slide) to zone 2 from the current zone it’s in, and this pan will last 3 seconds.
It doesn’t have to be three seconds. It can be any number of seconds you want it t…
You can add more info to overlay animations (check out this guide on overlays right here: Placing & Animating Overlays ) by using easing functions which can help to make the movement seem more “natural”.
According to the Episode Guides, they’re subtle, and sometimes it may be hard to spot the difference of these easing functions when comparing two overlays side by side, but if you look closely, you should be able to see it ^^
Here’s an example I wrote up, using an overla…