- No fades. Camera just cuts from one scene to the next: useful in fast paced demos.
- First scene plays, cut, second scene fades-in: I quite like this; there is no fade-out on the first scene, so there is no sacrifice of a couple of seconds of valuable screen time.
- First scene fades out, darkness, second scene fades in: I use it in the rare occasions that I want to change from one scene to the next without doing anything clever with transitions. The fade-to color is almost always black but sometimes it is white or "tv noise".
- Cross fades: very hard to do in realtime - you need to render two scenes at the same time. While feasible it will "spike" your framerate down if not done carefully.
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8 years ago
Cross fades: That reminds me of the Triton-Demo Crystal Dream 1. They wrote in a nfo that one effect really puzzles the cpu.....ReplyDelete
"blur fade" : add blur so that nobody knows what is going on, cuts to another scene.
I did cross-fades for Extatique but the scenes weren't exactly demanding :)