Premiere Elements 12 Mac
You should be able to right click your audio and select Fade, followed by Fade In Audio or Fade Out Audio.
Please refer to my blog post on Fades
As mentioned I am strictly an Elements Windows user, so I am assuming that the Premiere Elements Windows and Mac
are the same on this feature.
Please let us know if you need clarification on the above.
Once again, I am calling on your expertise. I finished my video and exported it to my files on my computer so that it could be a new video. Now the quality of the sound is off and I'm not sure why that is. This isn't really a big deal but I'm wondering have you ever played a completed video from the premiere app itself in full screen? I've done this myself, it's just that I plan to present this video to others utilizing a projector and don't want any bloopers. It took almost two hours for the project to be rendered to save on my computer. I could try and render it again to the computer but I want to know your thoughts....
Just a quick question for now, more later.
How is your audio off in the finished produced...out of sync, low quality, distorted sound, ...?
Have not done much with projecting video from the computer to a big screen. I have started to look at Apple TV to view video in computer's iTunes on a TV set via HDMI connection. I have also started looking into connecting the computer directly to the TV via HDMI.
Whatever you decide do, do a dress rehearsal way ahead of time. Even the most perfect plans have unexpected glitches that need attention.
Please let me know more about the sound issue.
The sound is distorted as if there are two layered sounds on one audio to give it a muffled and echoed sound. I will try hooking that up to the tv to do a test run. I never thought of that thanks for the suggestion.