Premiere Elements 13/13.1 on Windows 10 (assumed 64 bit).....
What are the properties of those clips for which "in some cases nothing happens"?
Are you applying the fades as the shortcuts or from the Applied Effects Tab route?
And, have you applied other effects to these clips prior to doing the fades? Like Time Stretch?
Please read the following which should apply to more than 11.
It is a long and detailed article. The Introduction sums up the situation.
Please consider and let us know the outcome, as your time permits.
there seems to be no similarity to this audio fade problem. I have always been able to fade audio as required. Thanks anyway!
this advice really helped. I am working with Super 8 films that I have taken using 18 fps. Those have to be stretched, and I have done this as a first operation for the whole film file. From now on, I just have to unstretch the clip I wish to fade, and stretch again after fading. I tested this, and it worked fine.
Thanks a lot, ATR!
Thanks for the follow up and the great news of problem resolved with the Time Stretch Fades consideration.
My study on this consideration originated from an Adobe Forum thread on Fade failures when a user wanted to know why and I went in search of an answer.
This points to the importance of sharing in the forum environment. Letting out know the outcome was important to all. Appreciated.
Best wishes moving forward with your Premiere Elements projects.