Have you tried keyframing this animation rather than trying to accomplish it with a transition?
Thanks for your quick response. I haven't used keyframes before. Would I be able to "flip" an image over using them? Thanks.
Keyframes are the key to getting to the deeper power of this program, and I show you step by step how to use them in my Premiere Elements books and I go even deeper into them in my "Cool Tricks & Hot Tips for Premiere Elements" book.
If you go to Premiere Elements support site http://Muvipix.com and type "keyframing" in the product search box, you'll find a free Steve's Tips article on creating motion paths. (I recommend you make sure you download the PDF version.) It will show you the basics.
Using keyframing you can create animations for all kinds of moves and resizings.
I agree that Keyframing the animation would be the easiest way to do what you want.
For a list (though it could never be complete) of some resources for learning PrE, see this ARTICLE.
I apologize, but I can't figure out how to do the keyframes. I have the
background board picture, and I want to flip the answers (rotating along the
x-axis). I want the effect to look something like this video at the 1:23
seem to add keyframes to the answer tile picture. Am I doing something
wrong? Thanks for your help.
Hard to say without knowing what you're doing.
But what you're trying to do is a pretty high-level effect -- best handled by a program that uses embedded timelines, like Premiere Pro or, better, After Effects.
You can do it in Premiere Elements -- but you really have to understand keyframing and animating effects (like 3D Transform) to make it work. Unfortunately, it may be a little tough to walk you through doing that on this forum.