11 Replies Latest reply on Jul 7, 2009 6:08 AM by Eddie Lotter

    What's the Best Way to do an Audio Fade-In or Fade-Out

    mediaman54

      I'm trying to figure out the best way to do an audio fade-out, other than placing a keyframe at the start of the fade, them placing a keyframe at the end of the clip and dragging it down to zero. It's hard to quickly place a keyframe at the end and know for sure it's at the very end.

       

      In previsous versions of Premiere, I had trouble plading a keyframe and keeping it at 100%, just by placing a keyframe it would also adjust the level most of the time.  This seems to be less of a problem in CS4, but is there a way to be certain of inserting a keyfram at the current level. (A quick way.)

      In general, there's got to be a quicker way to do a fade out or in!

       

      I have Premiere Pro CS4 with a Matrox RTX2 card.    

      There are only three audio transitions:

      • Constant Gain
      • Constant Power
      • Exponential Fade


      I can't seem to make any of them work, cannot drag them over to an audio clip.