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PostPosted: Tue Jan 21, 2020 2:32 pm 
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Hello! I've only recently discovered this app in recent months, and it sure has been awesome! I've been able to figure out most everything, but I do have one question.

I'm trying to figure out how to apply a transition to multiple layers at the same time. In other words, say I have a title overlaid on a scene, and I want to fade both to black. Applying the fade-out individually to both channels doesn't work quite the way I'd like... the appearance of the text can fade as compared to the background, rather than fading as though the layers were somehow merged.

I hope I'm explaining this well enough. I was screwing around with a video yesterday where I had used a green screen to turn myself into an extremely lame super hero, and I couldn't figure out a way to fade the background and chromakeyed layers simultaneously without it turning out weirdly. Fading both layers would make it look like I was disappearing against the background before it entirely faded. You can see the video here if you're interested. I just used the "flash" transition on both layers instead, which worked out okay, but how can I do it for a fade?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1LuztGqGXlg

Note, this video isn't meant to be anything serious or high quality at all... the keying isn't perfect, etc. Just figured it would get some laughs among my Facebook friends :)


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Hi AlanFreed

Welcome to the forum

You can’t apply it to multiple layers ... at the moment

You will need to apply the transitions/effects to each clip individually

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 21, 2020 9:37 pm 
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Thanks for the info... that will save me from continuing to figure out how to do it!
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Hi AlanFreed

Welcome to the forum

You can’t apply it to multiple layers ... at the moment

You will need to apply the transitions/effects to each clip individually


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