Mad Tigger was growing up. Just like any other teenager, he started creating and recording music tracks, which Winnie then used in his videos.

But when Winnie selected the proper moment and cropped the track, the cut was pretty rough. Tough luck! Winnie wanted the audio to fade in at the beginning and fade out at the end of the selected fragment. To resolve this issue, he resorted to the living encyclopedia via a Telegram chat.

“Hello, good forest folks. When I crop songs, the beginning and the end of each fragment turns out to be cut off roughly, and I would very much want to make it smooth. How to fade in and fade out in the movie maker?”

Rabbit was the first to answer. Rabbit had been secretly mastering DJ skills, which is why he knew how to edit music tracks:

Fade in and fade out

Winnie, it's very easy to add the fade-in and fade-out effects in the movie maker:

  1. You've already added your music file.
  2. Click on it, then press the Edit button .
  3. In the editor, set the fade-in effect at the beginning and the fade-out one at the end using the corresponding options.

If you want to apply the fade-in and fade-out effects to all music and video files, you can do it with the help of global settings on the editor's page. Use the Fade in and Fade out options.

Video tutorial

And here's the video tutorial illustrating how to apply these effects.

While Winnie was waiting for a reply, he looked through the previous conversations on such topics as: