Not sure if its connected but my issue with OPACITY is that it sets a Keyframe automatically as soon as its adjusted in anyway.
Its a weird behaviour that I can not figure but it may be the reason for your problem if you are unaware of this .
Hey there Shooter
I don't think so, there is not a keyframe on the Opacity line anywhere near where it actually fades the clip, the only thing near where it does it is time remapping keyframes . It is doing the fadeout in the right time frame (it fades to 20% at the correct rate) it just does it miles from where it is meant to do it.
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Try a work around.
Remap your clip in a sequence of its own then nest it back to your edit sequence. Add Opacity to the nested clip.
Yeah it would do the job but it's a bunch of work to do something that should be basic for PPro Lol. I have used a mix of dip to black and opacity where it does work, it's ok, not end of the world
I think they (PPro developers) need to work on two things in PPro (imho, bound to be plenty of others though)
1/. Time remapping interface is really finicky and difficult to get the hang of, although I am getting it now, but finding it buggy.
2/. The ability to select multiple clips and adjust things like anti flicker, scale, even just having to click the motion section open for every darn clip is not enjoyable, and doing this is meant to be fun!!! (if you can shed light on working with multiple clips that would be gold!)
I came from SonyVegas8C and it is in lots of ways heaps easier to use, it just seems to make a worse job of rendering and packaging and crashes more often.