The help file says:
"Exponential Fade transition
Exponential Fade fades out the first clip over a smooth logarithmic curve while fading up the second clip, also over a smooth logarithmic curve."
1) The description is nearly identical to the Constant Power transition description.
2) When Iistening to the Exponential Fade transition, the audio drops to near silence at the edit point. Then climbs back up. Sort of like a Dip to Black video transition.
3) The thumbnail in the Effect Controls Panel shows a Constant Gain transition.
- Though the logarithmic curve in an Exponential Fade transition is similar to the curve in a Constant Power transition, it is more gradual.
- That behavior is because of the difference in shapes of the logaritmic curves.
- That is a problem we know about and are working on a fix.
A fix in Help will be available soon. Thanks again for your feedback.
Chorus, Flanger, and Phaser all use the same interface and controls. The only functional difference is the maximum delay: Chorus=25 ms, Flanger=20 ms, and Phaser=4 ms.
1) Put all three in the same listing so there's no need to explain the same set of controls in three different places using three slightly different narratives
2) Explain what is going on under the hood to differentiate them
Thanks for the ideas.