I'm using the dip to black between video segments. I would need an analog dip to silence for audio. I'm aware of the workarounds like using the keyframes or shorten the track for one frame, apply constant power on both sides, and then lengthen the track again. The workarounds take too much time and on 150 segments they are both incredible big pain.
I need to be able to accomplish the needed result in less time and with less frustration and stress. I don't understand why Premiere CS6 still doesn't have a dip to silence for audio. I tried to find a 3rd party transtion, but haven't been successful, yet. Does anybody know something? Is it possible to program an own transition?
Thanks for any help.
You can't create new transitions in PP.
My only thought about why it's not widely available is because it's just not widely used. The hard way may well be the only way on this one.
Maybe you could get the Developers Kit and program one. There are third party plugs for Pr, and I'm pretty sure that's how they do it. (I'm not a programmer. It's voodoo to me.)