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I'm editing some video and want audio fade in at the beginning of each panel and audio fade out at the end. I've got dissolves for all of the transitions between panels but that just affects the video not the audio. Can anyone point me in the right direction? Incidently I'm using EMC 10 in Windows Vista. Thanks!

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I'm editing some video and want audio fade in at the beginning of each panel and audio fade out at the end. I've got dissolves for all of the transitions between panels but that just affects the video not the audio. Can anyone point me in the right direction? Incidently I'm using EMC 10 in Windows Vista. Thanks!

 

Pretty tough to tell, since you gave no information on which program that you are using in the suite of programs. If I was guessing, I would say that it was VideoWave, but I'm not playing the guessing game.

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If grandpabruce guessed right *Video Wave), then this should help.

That is for quicker/finer adjustments. Ignore the information about adding music, just adjust the volume at the beginning and end of each video clip.

 

I don't have that earlier version on my computer but once you select to show the native audio, double clcik on it and a windows may open that allows to to adjust the fade in/out from there. I honestly don't remember which version I used for the demo.

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Thanks Sknis,

A couple of years ago I put together a video using EMC 10 and there was a single click way to put in automatic audio fade in/fade out for each panel (I don't know if I was in Video Wave then or not). It seems as though whatever I did created audio and video fade at the same time. I can't remember how I did it and that's really what I was looking for, but that video is great! It looks as though you could also remove audio from clips this way too. Anyway, I'm anxious to give it a try after work and will let you know how it works. Thanks again - that was a great help!

ps - I am using Video Wave.

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If nothing else helps, perhaps you can edit the audio before you include the audio in your video. Audio edit will allow you to make the adjustments and save the file for inclusion in your video.

 

I believe that the audio is native (part of) the video. It is possible to do what you suggest but that is the long way around and much harder. Did you look at the YouTube video?

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