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All objects are distributed on layers in a way which gives an illusion of 3D space. Using this effect intensifies the feeling of reality of the scene and attracts wide audiences.

There are four ways of getting 3D image. Layering, 2D to 3D conversion (when we digitally convert 2D image to 3D using software and know-how, rendering 3D images using 3D software like 3D max, Maya or Lightwave, or special photography (last two are called isometric).

Animation is a series of images constituting motion. The main aspect of animation is that these images have to be similar to each other. This effect expresses motion. The number of frames possible to implement depends on their similarity and runs from five to twenty five.

The Flip Effect is a fast change between two or three images. The difference between animation and flip is that flip can consist of totally different images. This effect is perfect to show "cause and effect" or "before and after" situation.
Zoom Effect:

The Zoom Effect allows you to simulate taking a close-up of an image and bringing it into focus. It can be the perfect effect for focusing your audience's attention on a specific detail or feature of a product.
Morphing Effect:

This is an effect of "smooth" transformation of one object into another. It is a combination of animation
and flip effect. It is perfect for showing the changing of an object in time.
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