Tweening moves an item to a new position and size. Unlike regular intro our outro animation, tween does not remove the item after finished.
The item may either "tween-in" during the intro phase or "tween-out" during the outro phase. When creating the tween-out effect you have to select the "destination item" on the next frame. When creating tween-in effect you have to select the "source item" on the preceding frame.
To create a tween effect you need at least 2 frames. The tween animation will play between frames.
To create a simple tween effect
Select the item and use "Edit" > "Clone" > "Clone to Frame" command. Check tween option and click OK.
Move the clone on the next frame to other position (and/or resize) and choose "Movie" > "Play Animation" to see the tween effect.
To create a tween-in effect
Select the item and choose "Intro" > "Tween In". Select the "source" item and click OK.
To create a tween-out effect
Select the item and choose "Outro" > "Tween Out". Select the "destination" item and click OK.
Timing tween effects
Select the item and choose "Intro" > "Advanced Intro Animation" or "Outro" > "Advanced Outro Animation"
Change duration time (how long the animation should play) and click OK.
To create a tween effect manually
Duplicate or clone the item on 2 different frames. Select the second item (duplicated or cloned) and choose
"Intro" > "Advanced Intro Animation". Select the first item from a list (in the tween options area),
check both or one of tween position and size options.
Tween with rotation
The destination or source item can been rotated with "Item" > "Rotate" > "Angle". In this case the tween animation will include rotation.