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Michael Neel
Add fades to all clips at once?
on Jan 15, 2015 at 10:43:38 pm

Hello all

I'm working in Adobe Audition CC 2014, and I'm trying to do something that seems like it should be very basic.

I'm doing audio mixing for a feature documentary with many interview clips, and I would like to add subtle 1-2 frame fades in and out to everything to smooth out the transitions from shot to shot. Is there a way to do this to every clip at once without doing each individually, yet still be able to adjust the handles if necessary? I tried using the fade envelopes effect but it won't let me adjust the handles after I apply it and I want to be able to tweak if needed (I'm sure it will be). When I select multiple clips and try to adjust the handles, it will only let me adjust them on one clip at a time.

I feel like I'm missing something I really have to adjust each clip individually? Seems like a big waste of time in an otherwise great program.


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Joseph W. Bourke
Re: Add fades to all clips at once?
on Jan 17, 2015 at 7:50:07 pm

Michael -

One way to do this (and it may not be the only way) is to create a single clip from the multiple clips. This appears to be non-destructive, although I have not tried it:

A simpler way appears to be just using the bottom track in your multi-track session, which is the Master Track, and allows you to control all your above tracks with a Master Fader:

Joe Bourke
Owner/Creative Director
Bourke Media

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Edwin Allan
Re: Add fades to all clips at once?
on Apr 19, 2017 at 8:05:16 am

Joseph, I don't believe you understood what Michael was trying to do. He's talking about "fade-in" "fade-out" not the track's volume.

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