How To Fade Music in and Out in Premiere Pro CC (2020)
In Adobe Premiere Pro adding music to video editing is a frequent thing. However, adding music without a cool fade-in effect might sound abrupt. We can use the fade to bring the audio into the scene slowly, without shocking the user. This makes for a smoother transition and overall better editing. In this article, you will learn how to fade music in & out in Premiere Pro.
Steps to Fade Music in and Out in Adobe Premiere Pro CC (2020)
- Effects – Exponential fade (located under Audio transitions and crossfade)
- Usage – Drag onto audio
- Dragging audio down – you will see a horizontal line in the middle.
- Create keyframe – Double click on audio (or click on the icon)
- Add the second keyframe – proceed to 2:00
- Make the center line meets the starting point of this keyframe to create a slant line at the bottom of the audio.
- At 8:00 pm, there will be a sound – low audio (click on the keyframe) and moving forward a little frame
- Add another key frame and adjust to – 16
- Voice ended – click keyframe and move back up ( now we have a valley shape)
- Fade out – go to the end (2:22), add a keyframe
- Go to the very end and add another keyframe
- Fade out by Moving the diagonal line from the middle to the lower right-hand corner
- Drag the footage up and we can adjust the opacity
- Expand the video track
- Create keyframe
- Go to the end and do the same – pull the opacity at the same time as the audio drops (the music goes out with the video)
Bring it on. In Adobe Premiere Pro you create audio fades in like this. This is the best method to fade your audio into the rest of your video. This creates a smoother transition of audio that helps you focus on video rather than audio.
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