How do I create an audio fade?
There are a number of ways to create audio fades in LumaFusion:
1. You can create a simple audio fade by adding the Cross Dissolve transition to an audio clip. Add the transition to the start of the clip will create a fade-up. Adding the transition to the end of the clip will create a fade-down, and of course adding the transition between two clips creates a cross-fade. (Remember, you can select a clip and position the time cursor near the head or tail, then tap on the Add button and select Transition to quickly add a fade to the head or tail of a clip with the exact duration you would like).
2. You can also use the Video Cut / Audio Crossfade transition when you want to cut between the video clips, but fade the audio.
3. You can also keyframe audio levels.
- Open the clip by double tapping on it. It will open into the effects editors.
- Tap on the audio tab.
- Tap on the Add Keyframes button on the left and below the scrub bar.
- Use the volume slider on the right to adjust the audio level.
- Scrub to a new time, and adjust the audio level again to create a ramp between the first keyframe and the current one.