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    How can I add the Fade In/Fade Out buttons to the layout?

  • #2
    Go to application settings>customize>
    buttons and they should be there.
    Jerry
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    • #3
      To add one more step to Jerry's instructions...After you get to the Buttons part, click the dropdown arrow and select Timeline.

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      • #4
        Got it...I'm trying to figure out to set a duration for the fades. It does not always goes to were the cursor (playhead) is. It seams like it's better to do a manual fade.

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        • #5
          Fade-in/out is not a classic effect ....it set only rubberband-points ... it shows not up in the "info-pallete"
          therefore is not a "duration-window" aviable

          http://ediusforum.grassvalley.com/fo...ht=Fade&page=2

          Works always correct for me
          beginn (or end) exact on the frame, who the CTI (timelinecursor) stand
          CentralEurope aka Hans
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          • #6
            Originally posted by tjglfr View Post
            Got it...I'm trying to figure out to set a duration for the fades. It does not always goes to were the cursor (playhead) is. It seams like it's better to do a manual fade.
            I have never heard of it not working correctly. Set your cursor line where you want it to start/stop (depending on in or out) and click the button.

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            • #7
              I personally still use the standard dissolve transition to fade in and out by dropping it on to the keyer track

              this allows me to see easily that I have done a fade in and out and I know the duration is correct
              Anton Strauss
              Antons Video Productions - Sydney

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              • #8
                And I drop in a "black" (5 sec), and then dissolve to the black, trimming the black as needed after the following "fade-in". While the dissolve is highlighted, a keyboard "U" brings up the "transition length" box, set the time I want, double "enter" and there it is to be seen on the timeline. Try it, like it, OK. Not like the length, "U" again, reset length and try again. Many ways to do a lot of things in EDIUS, that's the beauty of it - and even the "workarounds" are fascinating! Anton has a million of them!
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                Alan
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