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    Default Fading In and Out Audio in Premeir Elements

    How do I fade in and out Audio in this software

    Many Thanks
    Steve D

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    Fade In:

    1. CRTL CLICK the yellow band at the start of the audio clip (This gives you a marker).

    2. CTRL CLICK the yellow band where you want the audio to fade up.

    3. CLICK and DRAG the first marker down until it reads 0 (zero) decibels.

    Now I am sure you can work out what to do to fade out.

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    Cheers bud - I will try that tonight

    Many Thanks!
    Steve D

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