How To Fade Audio In and Out with Premiere Pro | Jack Fernley Media
Learn how to adjust the volume for audio tracks in Adobe Premiere Pro. I'll also be showing you how to add keyframes to your audio, to create a fade in and fade out effect. Maybe you slowly want your music or audio to come in to drive a real subtle message, or maybe you want a fast, straight to the point nice fade. Whatever you want to do, I'll show you how to do it within this video. I'll also be showing you a quicker way to do a fade at the start and end of your clips. Hold CTRL, SHIFT, D to add a constant power to the end and start of your clips. This is useful if you do not want to mess around with keyframes and want something done quickly.