Amir Roknifard
Amir Roknifard is a cyber security professional with years of professional experience and proven track record in cyber security management and risk consulting, helping boards to better manage their cyber risk and transform their cyber security practices. He is the founder of Academician Journal that aims to close the gap between academy and InfoSec industry. He also has authored and reviewed books, published articles, and developed a master's degree program in cyber security.

How to fade in and fade out video and audio in Adobe Premiere Pro

First, I know that there are many ways this can be done, but this method that I usually use, is very handy and quick. Although it might not be very professional, but I can does the job for you, specially if you just need a quick work around.

I have prepared a video for this which at the end of this post you can watch it to get the idea better. The process of fading in and fading out for video and audio is very simple and handy.

  1. First we need to import our videos to timeline from Media Browser.
  2. From the Effects tab, search for Cross Dissolve and find it under Video Transition and drag it to the middle of two videos in your timeline.
  3. From the Effects tab, search for Constant Power and find it under Audio Transition and drag it to the middle of two audios in your timeline.
  4. Adjust the length of transitions for both audio and video as you need.

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