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Is there a library available or how can we produce screen transitions (fades, wipes, etc..). If my application runs in a 640x480 screen and i need to display a new 640x480 screen, i would like a slick transition opposed to just cutting to the new screen.  Using Microsoft C++ 5.0 MFC App.
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It's easy to do you own one...

What you just have to do is to compute the Source and Target Image in Memory Bitmap, before displaying the result in the OnDraw method, metting them with 2 BitBlits order, and use a Timer to Refresh display from time to time... (Using InvalidateRect CWnd method).

If you are not familiar with that kind of business, just ask for more information, and for what exactely you don't see how to do, and i will give you the code you need.

May the MFC be with you!
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