Transition

The following explains the transition and audio cross face between clips.

Margin of Clip

The margin of the clip is the video outside the range between In and Out points. Black triangular mark at both ends of the clip means the top (end) of each clip.

When both clips have no margin

When there is a margin at the end of front clip and at the beginning of back clip

In the extend mode, to add transition/audio cross fade between two clips, both clips need margins. If there is no margin, switch to the fix mode or create margins by trimming or other operations.

Extend/Fix mode

Trimming Clips

Clip Transition

You can add a transition between 2 clips.

1) Select a transition in the [Effect] palette, and drag and drop it to the joint of clips.

Alternative

Track Transition

You can apply a transition to a video in the part where the video moves to another clip on another track.

1) Select a transition in the [Effect] palette, and drag and drop it to the mixer of clips.

Alternative

Audio Cross Fade

You can add an audio cross fade between 2 clips.

1) Select an audio cross fade in the [Effect] palette, and drag and drop it to the joint of clips.

Alternative

Applying Default Effects

You can easily add effects by selecting clips on the timeline and clicking the button. In this case, effects set as default are applied.

The default effects are set as shown below.

Transition: Dissolve

Audio cross fade: Linear → linear

Title mixer: Fade

1) Move the timeline cursor to the point to apply the effect.

2) Click [Set Default Transition] of the timeline.

Alternative

Changing Default Effects

You can change transition, audio cross fade, or title mixer, to be applied by default.

1) Right-click an effect to set as default in the [Effect] palette, and click [Set as Default Effect].

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