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Chapter 7. Working With Audio > Creating a Fade

Creating a Fade

Creating a Cross Fade is one of the most common audio adjustments you can make in video editing. It's the audio equivalent of a Dissolve, and it allows the volume to rise gradually so that it does not sound harsh. For example, cutting from a quiet room to a crowd scene creates a large jump in volume if you don't use a Cross Fade.


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