Springboard's Automatic Zoom feature translates Zoom Frame vectors into camera movement in animatics and when exporting a movie.
To use Automatic Zoom with a new file:
The camera move starts at the beginning of the frame, and extends to the end of the frame, using a simple linear interpolation. More options for controlling the start, duration, and ease-in/ease-out of Automatic Zoom will come in a future version of Springboard.
To use Automatic Zoom with an old file:
For files created with a version of Springboard older than 0.7, Automatic Zoom is disabled by default, so that existing animatics will not be changed without your permission. To turn on Automatic Zoom in an older file:
To disable Automatic Zoom on new frames:
Newly-created frames (in old or new files) have the "Animate camera" box checked by default. To prevent this:
To disable Automatic Zoom on a specific frame:
To disable Automatic Zoom globally: