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A Tour of Adobe Premiere > Changing a clip's opacity

Changing a clip's opacity

If a clip is on Video 2 track or higher, you can make it partially transparent by changing its opacity. The opacity option lets you fade into or out of a clip and superimpose one or more clips on top of others, so that two or more clips are visible at the same time. You'll superimpose clips later in the tour. For now, you'll use the superimpose track to fade out a clip by manually adjusting its opacity over time.

By default, Premiere includes one superimpose track, Video 2, above the Video 1 track. You can add others, as needed. Once a clip has been placed in a superimpose track, an opacity control bar, or a "rubber band," becomes available. To see the bar, you need to expand the Video 2 track.


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