Use these three controls to move the cube within the 3D space. Distance controls the distance between the camera and the cube, while Move Horizontal and Move Vertical move the cube up, down, to the left and to the right.
You can rotate the cube around it's axis with these three controls. The center of the rotation is always the center of the cube itself, even if you have moved the cube around in the 3D space.
If you look at the front of the cube (which is the blue side after applying it to the timeline) the X axis goes from the left to the right of the screen, the Y axis from the bottom to top and the Z axis goes from the camera position away from it.
With these controls you can resize the cube in all three dimensions. By changing the size of the cube you can create different shapes like a flat surface as well as a long stick.
Here you can separate the six sides of the cube from each other. A value of 0 creates a cube. Higher settings move each side further away from the center of the cube.
Tiles - Horizontal
Tiles - Vertical
Usually a cube consists of 6 sides forming the shape we all know. With these two controls you can split up each side into smaller independent pieces. Each side can be split up in 50 by 50 tiles.
If the sides of the cube have been split up with the above controls, you can use this popup menu to select if a below defined texture can be seen on each tile or if it will be split up in such a way that each tile only shows a portion of the texture.
(The tiles have been rotated a little to demonstrate this effect.)
Tile Ordered Rotation
Tile Random Rotation
Tile Random Movement
Use these three controls to rotate and move the tiles that have been split up with the above Tile controls. If the sides of the cube have not been split up, these three controls will affect the whole side as one piece.
With these two controls you can automatically animate each side (or tile, when the sides are split up). The sides will move around in 3D space in a random way. The speed of the animation can be controlled with the Animation Speed parameter.
This controls the transparency of the cube. The cube can appear solid or you can make the cube transparent, so each side will be transparent.
This section controls the textures for each side independently.
Each side can be given a texture by your choice. Simply drag and drop the desired texture to one of the image wells. If you use this plugin with Motion, you have to add the needed texture at first to the Media-tab before adding it to the plugins image well.
With Orientation you can flip the applied clip or image horizontally, vertically or both.
Use Rotation to rotate each side of the cube independently.
Use the control Crop Border to crop any unwanted border from the applied textures.
If no texture is applied to a side, it will use an adjustable color. Each side can be given it's own color. Use the Color control box to select the desired color.