Learn about other types of transitions. See how to add a fade to the start and end shots in your sequence, so as to ease the user in and out of the cinematic, and then see if there are any other types of cut available that you can use to your advantage.
- [Instructor] In this particular video, … we're going to be taking a look at how we can add a fade-in … and fade-out effect in order to make our sequence look … a little more interesting … as well as some keyboard shortcuts … that we may want to use when working with key frames. … With our Master Sequence once again open, … we can come to the new track button, … and from that appears once we click on it, add a Fade Track. … This is required to simply add a fade … to our entire sequence. … We can, of course, … add these into the original camera sequences … should we desire to have fades on each shot. … For now, though, we just want a simple fade-in … at the start of our animation … and a fade-out once it comes to an end. … At the bottom of our sequence, … we can click to add a new key frame at frame zero, … and then set our fade to a value of one. … Moving forward several frames, … we can click to add another key … and, again, set its value to zero. … Although, we can, of course, … adjust these keys suit our needs at any time. …
- What is the Sequencer?
- Adding a cinematic camera to a level
- Using a crane camera
- Creating a level sequence
- Adding a master sequence
- Keyboard shortcuts for the Sequencer
- Playing a sequence via Blueprints