Join Chris Meyer for an in-depth discussion in this video Audio fades, part of Premiere Pro and After Effects: Adding Handle to Sound Bites.
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…Let's tackle the audio portion of this task first because it's easy and…it won't distract us with strange sounding audio while we're editing our video.…Now it so happens that Premiere adds this stereo…mixer effect when you export a clip back After Effects.…That gives us a way of remembering anything you've done with the…audio levels for this clip when you send a clip to After Effects.…It'll remember your level changes, et cetera.…The cool thing about After Effects is that it gives you two different ways to change…the volume level of a clip.…
One is the stereo mixer effect and the other…I'll hold down Shift and press L to reveal…the level's parameter, that's another way of changing the…level of a clip or fading it up and down.…Now normally I'd say change the level using levels.…An do fades, with the stereo mixer.…But since Premiere Pro may already be using that stereo mixer, I'm…going to leave that alone, an do all my fades with audio levels.…Also, there's an artifact of audio levels where it really rushes, its fade-ups.…
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