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PETER

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Joined: 28/07/2006 07:31:13
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I am trying to make audio clips fade in at the start of a video clip and then fade out after the commencement of the next clip so as to obtain a smooth transition. Cyberlink tell me to use the audio mixer but doing this changes the sound level for not just the clip but the whole movie.

I'm sure there must be a simple answer to such a basic requirement. Can anyome help please?

I am using the basic version of Power Director 5 that came with the video camera.
Aspa

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Joined: 31/07/2006 02:45:11
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Drag and drop your audio file onto the Voice or Music Timeline. Click Trim button. Click the speaker button and enter the no. of seconds for the fade in/out.
I am using Power Director Express 3.20.1619
ddyy

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Joined: 28/07/2006 03:16:10
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I am thinking whether adjusting audio key frames meets what you want to do.

If you're using PD5, you can find audio level line in master video, voice-over and music tracks, respectively. Clicking on the line will add key frame on. Draging another end downwards can make the audio fade.

Good luck.
PETER

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Aspa wrote:Drag and drop your audio file onto the Voice or Music Timeline. Click Trim button. Click the speaker button and enter the no. of seconds for the fade in/out.
I am using Power Director Express 3.20.1619


Thanks very much for solving my problem.
PETER

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Joined: 28/07/2006 07:31:13
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ddyy wrote:I am thinking whether adjusting audio key frames meets what you want to do.

If you're using PD5, you can find audio level line in master video, voice-over and music tracks, respectively. Clicking on the line will add key frame on. Draging another end downwards can make the audio fade.

Good luck.


Thanks for your help.
 
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