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Arranging and editingFades and crossfades ► Using fades and crossfades in real-time

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Linear. A straight line, raising or lowering the volume at a steady rate.
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Slow Curve. A curved fade which starts to change the volume slowly at first and then rapidly increasing (fade-in) or decreasing (fade-out) the volume.
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Fast Curve. A curved fade which starts to change the volume quickly at first and then rapidly decreasing (fade-out) or increasing (fade-in) the volume.
Click the Track view Options menu, point to Crossfade Type and select the desired default Fade-In, Fade-Out and Crossfade curve types.
A. Filled red triangle
A. Cursor above horizontal blue line B. Horizontal blue line
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Click the Track view Options menu and choose Auto Crossfade.
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Click the Track view Options menu, point to Crossfade Type > Default Crossfade Curves and select the desired default crossfade curve types.
The Drag and Drop Options dialog box appears.
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In the Drag and Drop Options dialog box, select the Blend Old With New check box and click OK.
A. First clip B. Fade-out C. Fade-in D. Second clip E. Crossfade
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Select Process > Fade Selected Clips.
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Click the Track view Clips menu and choose Fade Clips to open the Fade Selected Clips dialog box.
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Click OK to close the dialog box.
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