In this screenshot the location of the CTI is where the sound actually pop in; without a fade. Each fade in is delayed and pop in; with a fad.
If I scrub across the fade in audio the fade works, but if I hit play the CTI starts to move a normal speed and the fade in fails to occur.
These fade in's are cructial to the effect of all these very shot clips working together.
Will this sort itself out after I save the project as an AVI or WM file?
On a related question. The sound mixer doesn't seem to be interactive. When I click on a clip, or on the sound line in the clip, nothing seems to happen to the sliders. I've seen the sliders move remotely, but the last time I tried to determine what db settings an audio line was set at; by highlighting the audio line, the slider didn't move.
It looks like you've got transitions rather than fades in and out between your clips, so what effect you see depends on which transition you selected.
I don't know why you're not seeing these transitions when you play you're rendered timeline -- but, if you're seeing them when you scrub, they will most likely be there when you output you video.
but, if you're seeing them when you scrub, they will most likely be there when you output you video.
Yes, I published the video as an AVI file and when I played it back those fade in's worked perfectly
Great news, Mike!