1. Click "Functions" tab
2. Make another function
3. Click the green "Record" button
4. Move and zoom the pano as you want it to do for the transition effect
5. Go to "Visuals" tab
6. Click "Save Position"
7. Back to "Functions" tab
8. Click the red "Recording" button to stop the recording
9. Untick the "Generate Reverse" tickbox
10. Name your function to "Transition" or something like that
11. Select all of the recorded entries (pan/tilt/zoom) by using Shift+mouse click
12. Assign the time for the transition (Time in milliseconds) 1500 or some other number of your choice
13. Click "Finish"
14. Drop in a hotspot/thumbnail for the second pano
15. Select that hotspot by clicking it once
16. In "Functions" tab you have a small arrow between the two lists
17. Select the Transition function you created, and click the small arrow between the lists
18. This will assign the function to the selected hotspot
19. Double click the function "Transition" and select any of the recorded entries
20. In "Done Function" you select the SECOND loadPano for the second pano and then click the "Finish" button.
Looks like a lot of things to do, but it is much simpler to do than it appears from this long list.
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