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Fading and Keying

You can superimpose clips in higher tracks over clips in lower tracks by using two methods, known as fading and keying.

Fading blends an entire clip with the clips in lower tracks (Figure 13.2). Fading can look similar to a cross-dissolve transition. With fading, however, it's easy to blend entire clips together, not just transition between them. And unlike a cross-dissolve (which occurs between two adjacent clips), you can fade multiple layers of clips at once.


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