Yes, I tried to Google this, but could not find an answer.
Pixelan advertises organic transitions. What exactly is an organic transition compared to a regular transition?
My understanding is that it describes a transition with " organic movement" contained such as scratches, particles, mist, fog, film process defects, image blends etc...
Often described as having a natural movement as opposed to a mechanical movement.
It usually means a wipe transition using intestines, stomachs, hearts, lungs, etc. as the mask, or shape, of the transition. We see this a lot in horror movies, especially of the B variety preferred by the Roger Cormans of the world.
It seeems that "organic" is more a marketing term than an actual, meaningful description.
organic = live, living, containing life....
@Jim --- OK, that's funny. I don't care who you are. Funny is funny.