I use SU animation in my work for next day presentations. If you have a PC, this is an example of a exterior study for a house, and [url]later[/url] is an interior video for a small renovation. I had some flashing shadows (bug in SU code) in the interior video, but I cut the bad frames out for the final production.

They are constructed by saving scenes, then exporting the animation. Use SU to see the sequence, but save at a minimum of 24 fps. Space the scenes to accomplish the desired transitions time from one to another (insert or delete scenes as necessary). Use 0 delay time between scenes, and duplicate scenes where you want a pause to occur.

The animation is created in SU (unrendered) then the avi file is ported into WinMovieMaker for titles and editing. Nothing fancy, but does the job for me.