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How do I create fade in/fade out on titles?
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Tomas E [Avatar]
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I'm in the title room but I can't find a way to create fade in/fade out on titles. There must be a way, no?
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optodata
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There are many. In the Title Designer, make sure you click on the Advanced button then you'll see the available effects/animations. Fade is one of them.

You can also drag a fade transition onto the title on the timeline, or click on the Keyframe tool and set the opacity at 0 at the start and end of the title with 100 in between.
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Tomas E [Avatar]
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Quote There are many. In the Title Designer, make sure you click on the Advanced button then you'll see the available effects/animations. Fade is one of them.

You can also drag a fade transition onto the title on the timeline, or click on the Keyframe tool and set the opacity at 0 at the start and end of the title with 100 in between.


Thanks!

I didn't see it because of the tons of options available.
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BrianE [Avatar]
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Quote There are many. In the Title Designer, make sure you click on the Advanced button then you'll see the available effects/animations. Fade is one of them.

You can also drag a fade transition onto the title on the timeline, or click on the Keyframe tool and set the opacity at 0 at the start and end of the title with 100 in between.
Can you explain the adding/adjusting keyframes process a bit more as I can't fathom out how to use it? Also, does it affect the video only or can it be used to simultaneously fade in/out the audio? My workaround to date has been to create a few seconds of video with my camera lens cover on and use that in conjunction with the fade transition.
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optodata
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Those are very basic editing steps, and I think it would help if you looked through the Help file and maybe watched a tutorial or two as mentioned in the first section of the Read Me Before Posting guide.
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