A gradual transition from one clip to another. With video, the clip changes from transparent to fully opaque (or vice versa) to fade in or out.
The fade effect is often used to gradually introduce a shot to the viewer, but it can also be used to make the transition between two shots much smoother, especially when combined with the blackout effect, which is often used to finish a shot or a shot. Suggests the end of a series or entire video clip.
Like Adobe Premiere allows professional video editing software packages to add fade and fade effects to videos.
If you're using the latest version of Filmora, there are several ways you can use to darken and fade out clips.
Fade in and Fade out process in Audio Mix
Fade in means the gradual increase in decibel value from the time a wav signal starts to a predetermined time or until the end of the time.
It can also be defined as the beginning of an instrument recording or piece of music gradually getting louder. This process works with Wavelab, Cubase, etc. is done in the same way in all programs.
Fade out means the gradual decrease in the decibel value of a wav signal from the time it starts or a predetermined time to its end (usually near the end). It can also be defined as the gradual fading of a waw signal.