Photo to Movie includes numerous transitions for transitioning from one photo to the next. In addition, you can add transition plug-in packs to Photo to Movie for even more choices.

Here is a quick summary of the more popular transitions:

The Crossfade transition dissolves between the two photos. There are no additional options for crossfade.

The Wipe transition runs a line across the photo. The new photo appears in the area the line has already wiped through. You can choose the direction for the wipe.

The Gradient Wipe transition also runs a line across the photo, but the line is a gradient from the old photo to the new photo instead of a sharp line. The new photo appears in the area the line has already wiped through. You can choose the direction for the wipe and the width of the gradient.

The Cube transition places the old photo and the new photo on adjacent sides of a cube and rotates the cube from the old to the new photo.

The Flip and Rotate transitions flip the old photo around in 3-D to reveal the new photo. You can choose the direction of the flip or rotate. With the Flip, the new photo appears on the back of the old photo. With the Rotate, the new photo appears as the background when the old photo is rotated out.

The Iris transition opens or closes an iris to reveal the new photo or hide the old photo. You can choose whether the iris goes from in to out or from out to in.

The Spin transition spins the old photo out to reveal the new photo. You can choose whether the old photo is spun out or the new photo is spun in.

The Zoom transition zooms the new photo either in to cover the old photo or out to reveal the new photo. You can choose whether the zoom goes from in to out or from out to in.

The Slide transition slides one photo over the other stationary photo. You can choose the direction of the slide and whether the new photo slides in or the old photo slides out.

The Push transition pushes the old photo out with the new photo. You can choose the direction of the push.

The Page Curl transition curls the old photo off the page to reveal the new photo. You can choose the angle and radius of the curl effect.

The Droplet transition fades from the old photo to the new photo as if the old photo were the surface of water with a stone dropped into it.