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Dissolve on last frame

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Dec 08, 2022 Dec 08, 2022

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Hi everyone - After exporting, I noticed the dissolve on the last frame is not completely black.  Is there a setting to allow the video to move an additional frame to cover the entire dissolve?  I can extend another track to cover the dissolve but this seems to be hack workaround.  Please advise.  Thanks.

 

 

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Hi everyone - After exporting, I noticed the dissolve on the last frame is not completely black.


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You can try to go to Sequence > Sequence Settings and un-check Composite in Linear Color. Another thing to do is to add a couple of frames of Black Video at the end. This will give you some black frames that are completely black after the cross dissolve and will fool the eye and gives the impression that it fades down to 100% black. I always do this. 5-10 frames is enough.

 

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Hi everyone - After exporting, I noticed the dissolve on the last frame is not completely black.


By @Lewiscat

 

You can try to go to Sequence > Sequence Settings and un-check Composite in Linear Color. Another thing to do is to add a couple of frames of Black Video at the end. This will give you some black frames that are completely black after the cross dissolve and will fool the eye and gives the impression that it fades down to 100% black. I always do this. 5-10 frames is enough.

 

Not only fooling the eye, it will indeed fade down to 100% black and stay black.

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Thanks for the help Averdahl - The sequence settings didn't make a difference in my case but your second thought helped;  I noodled around and the black video worked as did keyframing the opacity on the clip.  Also, extending the Work Area and setting that in the Export view worked as well.  Thanks again for your help!

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