Applying a fade in or out is pretty simple. Just select the text or clip on your timeline, then right-click and select Fade In or Fade Out from the context menu.
Thanks you. I was able to apply the effect. Is it possible to add two effects to one single line of txt? When I hit fade in for one effect and then I wanted it to fade out, it only did one or the other depending on which one applied first.
Are you referring to applying text animation (the Fade choices) in the project's opened Titler rather than trying to fade in or out text titles on the Timeline.
From all that you have written, I am not sure.
You can add text animation (Fade choices there and the rest) to more than one line of text in the opened Titler, but there are special considerations.
Please refer to the following on the subject if I have interpreted correctly the information that you are seeking.
Are you here in the opened Titler? When you use the word "Apply", I suspect you are here.
Or on the Timeline applying Fade In Video and Fade Out Video to your text file on the Timeline
with the Titler closed? When you talk about simple Fade In Fade Out, I suspect you are here.
If you are on the Timeline with its fade shortcuts, have you Time Stretch the Timeline text files in anyway? If Time Stretch is involved in this, then check out the following
It is a long detailed write up. Please skip to Solutions and note the order of events to workaround the issues.