Fire all of the cameras at the same time or do crazy complicated triggering patterns? You'll find everything in this document!
The trigger modes can be changed from the dashboard ("Trigger Mode" button)
This is as basic as it gets. This is going to try to fire all of the cameras at the same time. We do send a signal with a < 1ms accuracy to the cameras (all by usb), but your cameras may take longer to process the signal. In any case, using strobes is the ultimate way of having a perfectly frozen shot. See these two articles for more details: Using constant light and Using strobes.
Trigger all cameras for a specified number of iterations, with or without an intervalometer
Trigger all cameras with a specific delay between each (to create movement). Depending on the speed of your subject and the accuracy of your cameras, you can go as fast as 1ms. Example: https://www.instagram.com/p/Bs6pSdRhlL4/
The seamless option is creating an illusion of an endless loop on full 360-degree structures. Two cameras are always triggered at the same time, meaning that you're going to see the same action from both sides. Example: https://www.instagram.com/p/Byf5AxfhlO5/
4- Jump and Freeze
In the Jump-and-freeze mode, you can split the triggering into two stages to make it feels like you're slowing down the time right after the action takes off. In the example below, the transition is going to happen halfway (camera #6 on a 12 units installation). The first 6 cameras are going to be triggered in a 20ms interval (regular action speed), then cameras 7 to 12 are going to be nearly frozen (1ms interval)