Fades is a classic video transition technique, either at the beginning or end of a scene. They can dramatically start a movie as the image floats in from black, or they can slowly end the story as the screen moves into the dark. They can also be used within a movie, because dramatic transitions mean that time has passed, but we will not cover it in this guide.
Okay, so you probably won't do anything so dramatic. But you still want to add some fades to your video. No problem! Adobe Premiere Clip makes it easy to add bleaches to the beginning and end of your movie.
To add fade posts, your video must be in the freeform editor. You cannot add bleaches to the automatic editor. So make sure you have started a freeform project and have cut all your clips accordingly.
the beginning and / or end of your project is easy, whether it's iOS or Android. The app does not do this by default, but you need to go into the app's settings to get this setting.
- Press the gear icon at the top of the display to open the project settings.
- To add a shade, select "Fade in from black." This option will add a "fade in" to the beginning of your project.
- To add a bleach, switch to "Fade out to black." This option will add a "pale" to the end of your project.
It is all there is. Your project is now opened with a bleach and ends with one, if you choose to set both and not just one or the other. Your video has a bit of extra production quality, and everything that happens was one or two cranes.
This article has been produced under the Gadget Hack's special coverage on smartphone-based video creator tips for filming and editing. Check out the entire Videography series.
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