May 13, 2014, 12:42:46 am
It's a little tricky but you might be able to accomplish what need or close to (hopefully
You will see underwater water
when the camera is under the surface area that the Water Plane
defines. Move the camera in, underneath, then move it out and away from the Water Plane
to see what I mean.
So the Water Plane
needs to be set just to the right position, and the camera needs to move to a point where the switch happens.
Don't always try forcing things to happen in one clip either. It might take two or more separate clips. In some cases with one clip showing things only for underwater.
There is also an Underwater Effect
you can use.
In addition, it may require a little post-editing in a video editor to remove frames not required where the timing or positioning is not able to achieve the result desired.