So while Continuum includes some animated presets, Sapphire includes static only presets so that’s the first thing that you’re running into.
Legacy Continuum filters include a preset navigator called the FX Browser, which has its own custom user interface window and can be launched by clicking on the button labelled FX Browser at the top of each BCC filter. Note that in the newer BCC+ filters we have replaced this feature with the FX Editor, which is a preset navigator and editor.
In the FX Browser, presets are divided into two categories - static (labelled with the .bsp suffix) and animated (labelled with the .bap suffix). You can select a preset and use the play controls to preview it before applying it to the source shot. You can make adjustments to any static or animated preset by applying it and then modifying it in the host.
All presets in Continuum and Sapphire are animatable so if you can’t find an animation that you like, you can always animate any parameter to create your own customized look.
I hope this helps.