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Marshall Rice wrote:

What is the easiest way to create a fade that goes from a specific value to another specific value. i.e. a fade which begins at intensity of 20 fades up over 3 seconds to an intensity of 70?



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marshall
Make a fade longer than you need that over laps the area you want in the 20/70 fade, then delete the parts on each end that are 0/20 and 70/100. You will have to experiment a little till you get the 20/70 fade the length you want. You can then copy and paste the fade in other channels.
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Another way to do it is select a particular fade from the fade tool pallet. That is the icon with the Fade and a "?".

You will see a number of different default fadeup and fadedown settings. You select the ones to be associated with fades. You can use the "Edit" button on the pallet to create your own custom fade presets. (you can also right click on the tool button to set the preset values). This pallet allows you to select the start and end intensity values. Once you have selected those values you draw the fade for the time you want.

When you open a sequence, you can load the custom fade values from that sequence into the pallet selecting the "Load Intensities.... " on the Tool Menu.

Dan

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