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soundtrack in Premier
I'm making videos from pictures in elements and that works pretty good. I have a problem adding music for the soundtrack. How do I get a smooth transition when my music is not long enough for the whole video and I need to either start that one over or add another. There is a lapse of 2 or 3 seconds. When I used Moviemaker, you could 'overlap' and there would not be that pause. I have Premier 10. One of my teenagers is working on this today (yay for teenagers, I don't have to do it all anymore) We are in the middle of VBS and will have a video for Thursday night of the week's activities.
Can you bring back the outpoint slightly on the first song, butt the beginning of song two up to the end of song one, then add an audio fade into the second? I have not worked with Premiere Elements, but that method should work fine if it gives you basic tools.
You might be able to drop the second song into the sequence so it slightly clips off the end of song one, then add your fade. Different way to possibly get the same result.
If you have multiple audio tracks available, you could also dovetail them in different tracks.
Adobe's online help on this topic is also right here.
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cbcmary (Wednesday, June 13th, 2012)