The second scene will be faded into the first scene through a selectable number of stripes. Hereby you get the impression of blinds being pulled
The second scene will be layed over the first scene as a transparent bump.
The second scene fades in diagonally over the first scene. You can adjust the smoothness of the transition area.
The scene will be covered with fog. The density of the fog can be set in percent.
Imagine to see the scene on a surface of water and throw a stone into a corner of the scene. The ripples create a new picture. In this way pictures are dissolved.
The first scene will shortly be zoomed in and then shrinked to the center of the screen and will then be faded out. Or the second scene fades in from the center of the screen until it is shown magnified and then will get its real size.
The second scene will be pushed to an adjustable splitting point over the first scene, remains there and divides the scene. After a pause the scene moves over the rest of the first scene.
The first scene can be faded out from the left to the right or from the right to the left. Behind the first scene the second scene appears. The edge is frayed and can be adjusted in its smoothness.
Beams coming from the middle of the scene fade in the next scene.