All of these questions can be answered by reading the manual.
Please Jim. I can't find it and I looked in the forums too. I only found something online relating to old Premieres, 6.x and under.
I wasn't suggesting you "find it" in the manual. I was suggesting you read the entire thing all the way through, understanding how the program works, before you try and use it for a project. Go in sequence, from beginning to end. Try each new thing you learn on a practice project. Look up any words you don't understand.
In short, do your homework. (Or, hire a professional who has done his homework.)
- Control click on the audio "rubber band" to add a control point. For example to fade a clip out, add a control point 1 second from the end and another one at the very end. Drag the last one down to zero. Or; add an audio fade transition to the end or beginning of the clip. (control shft D)
- Add it to to one clip. Then copy that clip, select all the other clips and choose Paste Attributes.
- If you want to change all the clips volume or gain, change the track volume.
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No need to read the manual front to back (i never did).
Download the pdf manual for easy looking things up as you go along.
1. Type in the search of the pdf: audio crossfade transitions. That will explain the difference between the audio transitions.
2. Apply the effect to one clip, copy then select all the other clips, right mouse click and paste attributes
3. Same as 2.
Aha, Curt beat me to it.