New Audio Features - Fade Handles - Final Cut Pro X
SALE TODAY: Learn Piano on iOS http://bit.ly/PianoAppSale Fade Handles in Final Cut Pro X are basically replacements for audio transitions in previous versions of the editing program. They are automatically set up on every clip you have in the Timeline and they allow you to control the level of fading in or out of your audio very easily. When you hover your mouse over the beginning or end of a clip in the Timeline, your mouse icon will turn into two small arrows with one pointing left and one pointing right.? Click and drag on one of the handles that appear at the beginning or end of a clip to see how they work. When you click and drag on a handle, you will see a visual representation of the audio fading in or out. You can drag out a handle to make an audio fade as long or as short as you want.? You can also drag the handles to visually line up an audio fade with an action that takes place in the video, graphics, titles, transitions or any other element in your project. Unlike keyframe-based audio fades, trimming the audio clip leaves the fade handles intact. This can come in handy because it basically eliminates the need for audio transitions. Read more by visiting our page at: http://www.mahalo.com/courses/master-final-cut-pro-x/new-features/audio-and-fade-handles//
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