I decided to start this topic because I was contacted last night by a user asking how to use the feature.
The Help file explains what it is, but not really how to use it -
Morphing, also called Shape Tweening, makes one shape appear to change into another shape over time. SWiSH Max can morph the position, size, and color of shapes. Morphing can be applied to any Simple Shapes. Easing can also be applied to Morphing.
You need to become familiar with your sub-selection tool on the Layout panel, as this is how you manipulate your shape at the keyframe.
The simplest way to see how it works is to do it really, so -
Step 1) Draw a shape on the stage.
Step 2) double-click in the shape timeline to add a Move effect
Step 3) On the Effects panel, tick the 'Morphing' checkbox
Step 4) Select the Sub-selection tool (see Subselection Tool in your help files) and drag the vertices of your object to new positions, change the angle, whether the vertices are sharp or smooth.
Play your movie. You should see the shape morph smoothly from your starting object to your object at the move effect key frame.
Here are a few examples I made earlier while playing -
(that one uses the morphing shape in the clipClone component)
I have attached the .swi file for the last one created in the beta. Click on the keyframes at the end of the move effects in the timeline to see how I manipulated the vertices at each point.