I don't know which one you were talking about, but if you want to create
a "wand" that opens into a picture, the trick to that is to shrink the picture
down a bit so it is the height of the wand length for example, unlock the
x and y zoom (there is a "link" between them) and take the y zoom down
to the minimum -- hey presto, you have a picture the height of your
resized picture and very narrow. you can now use motion to move the
"wand" around or rotate it etc. When you want the picture to re-appear,
you just zoom the "y" value back to the same as the "x" value between
a couple of keyframes and "hey presto" the picture is back !!. Here is
one I was experimenting with showing a "flipping" slide (every other one
is reversed) but I was using the unlocked zoom values to make it look
like it was going "edge on" (like a "wand")
http://www.photodex.com/sharing/viewsho ... 6343&alb=0
You can't have too many gadgets or too much disk space !!
mikey (PSP4, Photoshop CS5, Vegas Pro 10, Acid 7, BluffTitler, Nikon D70s, D300s)
Lots of PIC microprocessor stuff too !!