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Thread: How do I fade audio in the middle of a video using Sony Vegas HD Platinum?

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    Default How do I fade audio in the middle of a video using Sony Vegas HD Platinum?

    Hello,

    I'm trying out Sony Vegas HD Platinum, and want to have an effect where in the middle of a video clip, I want to have a second video clip showing (in one corner, like a PiP effect). What I would like to is have the main video's audio fade out as the secondary video starts, then have it fade back in again when the secondary video ends. I know how to fade at the start and end of a video, but I can't see how to do it in the middle.

    Anyone able to help? Thanks.

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    When the cursor is in the correct position on the time line, split the clip by pressing the "S key" and then drag the two ends left and right to make the size of space you want to fit in the new clip. Drag the new clip into the space you have just made over lapping the new clip with the ends of the other ones and this should create a natural fade from one to the other.

    There are other ways to do it but this should do for you.

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    Brilliant, that's exactly what I wanted! Thanks very much.

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