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Britton NoslenAudio Ease out?
by on Oct 12, 2009 at 6:34:19 pm

Hey, I have just recently started with Adobe after effects CS4...
Im Trying to make an intro with music... Ive got the music how i want it but... I want it to ease out instead of coming to a complete stop... Does anyone know if this is possible? If it is can you tell me how to do it?

Thanks
Brit`


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Kylee PeñaRe: Audio Ease out?
by on Oct 12, 2009 at 6:59:08 pm

You can keyframe the audio level of your clip just like any other asset in AE. Just look under your clip, and then under "Audio". You can also apply eases to audio keyframes.


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Xinlai NiRe: Audio Ease out?
by on Oct 12, 2009 at 7:24:03 pm

Hit "l" on the audio layer, and add keyframes to the "Audio Level" property. a -24db is almost silence.

Xinlai Ni
Software Engineer, Google Inc.


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Todd KoprivaRe: Audio Ease out?
by on Oct 13, 2009 at 5:18:31 am

I recommend animating the properties of the Stereo Mixer effect rather than directly animating the Audio Levels property.

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Dave JohnsonRe: Audio Ease out?
by on Oct 13, 2009 at 1:37:44 pm

Todd,
Could you explain why you recommend that approach? I'm curious since my default approach is to do things without filters when possible.


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Todd KoprivaRe: Audio Ease out?
by on Oct 13, 2009 at 3:52:26 pm

> Could you explain why you recommend that approach? I'm curious since my default approach is to do things without filters when possible.


I've found the Stereo Mixer effect to be more reliable when using expressions on its properties. If you're not having any problems, then I suppose that there's no reason to not animate audio directly with Audio Levels; but know that Stereo Mixer is there as something to try if expressions and keyframes on Audio Levels aren't doing what you think they should.

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Dave JohnsonRe: Audio Ease out?
by on Oct 13, 2009 at 4:20:18 pm

Good to know ... thanks much for the valuable insight, as always.


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