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A transition provides the logic for moving from one scene to another in a demo. Basic transitions can occur automatically or as a result of the user interacting with the demo though a gesture. 

You can add basic, scene-to-scene transitions directly to the selected scene or to a gesture in the scene. For details on how to create these types of transitions, see Add Auto Transitions and Add Gestures respectively.

By default, a single auto transition that requires no user interaction is set to occur with 100% probability immediately after the video in the current scene ends. Depending on your design, however, you can also add more advanced transitions.

For example, transitions that take place immediately, without waiting for the video to end, and/or when certain conditions are met. If needed, you can also randomize transitions. This means that the demo will move to an alternative flow based on the probability value that you set for each transition rather than as a result of a predefined transition logic. 

The Events & Action panel offers a robust choice of settings to define the desired advanced transition logic with the help of triggers, counters, and logic-only scenes, using the Transition action menu with its conditionals and attributes

You can view all transitions in a demo as a visualized sequence in Path View, where each transition is represented by an arrow pointing from one scene to the next and a text label, such as After Video, Every Time, Trigger: <name>, and others, to indicate the type of the transition. Gesture transitions are represented by image labels on the arrows. See also transition troubleshooting tips for Path View.

Updated June 10, 2019