on Aug 6, 2014 at 7:45:24 am Last Edited By Charlie Austin on Aug 6, 2014 at 8:01:29 am
Maybe everyone knows this, I didn't, mainly because I don't use audio dissolves much, and if I cut audio in a secondary the stock centered transition works fine most of the time. But, if you really need an asymmetric crossfade transition, it's pretty easy. Cut your audio in it's secondary and stick a dissolve on the cut. length doesn't matter, then just expand the audio and adjust/trim the A/B sides and fade handles.
It's really the same as if you just did it without the dissolve, except you can now use the transition to adjust the edit point using the <> + Shift (if needed) keys. Doesn't work if you drag the transition until you collapse the audio, then you can drag it and it brings he A/B handles/fades with it. Useful?