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You need to trim some frames (half the transition duration) off each end of the two clips where the transistion is applied. It is really much better to work in Timeline view it makes things much clearer.
Or if you do not want to trim the clips, you can open up the transition "properties" window and drag the ends of the clips so they overlap. You do not then get repeated frames and so no need to trim the clips.
But first try clicking on the transition and in the "properties" window for the transition click on "Center at cut"
I suspect you didn't use an audio crossfade, just a video one (apart from the issue Paul mentions).
Paul LS: tnx, the video part works so far (overlapping them in the edit transitions menu
Ozpeter: tnx but I don't find the "audio crossfade" setting, in the audio transitions panel I only get "Constant Gain" and "Constant Power".
I also looked at the Effects panel for this without any succes...
Oh I'm sorry, seems I reacted a bit too fast, so I found out that Constant gain and power are the things you meant by crossfade I assume.
(just added these at the timeline between 2 sound tracks)
thank you very much for your help!