When you add music or a voiceover to your project, you might not want it to end abruptly. Transitions are useful for fading or merging between clips of audio or video.
1. Select the clip that you want to apply the transition to. Rush will display an orange border around the clip once it's selected!
2. Select Effects from your toolbar to bring up your options. Select Transitions from the bottom row to see your transition options.
3. To adjust the length of your transition, select Transitions from your toolbar then select Duration.
4. Rush will add the transition to the beginning and the end of your clip.
Hope these examples help! If you have any questions, the fastest way to reach me is on Twitter @jaswest.
Can the music track be faded in and out in Rush?
Yes you can, simply apply Cross Dissolve transition in the audio track, and then in ''Edit'' tab, expand the transition duration to get the desired fade in/out.
I gotta admit this is a bit simplified and perhaps misunderstood for us who are used to have a different transition setting/panel for each video and music track.
Give the man a prize! This is literally the first thing I needed to know when I started editing with RUSH. I love that Adobe brought us this product but Geez Louise! no fade audio function? Come on Adobe. This is one of the most basic functions for good audio- and who makes a video without faded audio? Honestly someone was sleeping at Adobe labs when this came across their desk for final sign-off. Take a gander at the original versions iMovie (before eApple decide to mess with the interface)which I used until the bitter end for a lot of down and dirty projects. Well beyond iMovie 6's demise it was still part of my toolkit. Anyway they had a simple audio volume adjustment you could use right on the timeline that included a simple mark in and out with the ability to curve down the audio. You could even t choose the level of fade visually. Honestly buttons are great but when things are all visual it i a sign of true genius. Think about and please add that in to the next version of RUSH. I'll be asking about this at the next Adobe MAX conference so be prepared with a good answer. Thanks again Anthony C!
Agreed - Cross dissolve transition isn't the first thing users think of when trying to fade audio. They could simply duplicate the cross dissolve icon and rename it Audio Fade!
Thank you. Why such a simple function is ‘masked’ under another l’ll never fully understand.
Absolutely, even the Windows Movie Maker back in Windows7 has fade in/out setting for each audio and video lol.
How do I do this on an iPhone? When I click transition, the audio track becomes hidden, so I’m not able to drag a transition on to the audio track. Thanks!
Ok, so what if you just want the audio to fade out at the end of clip, and not the video.
Is there a way to detach the audio so that cross dissolve only applies to the audio?
Adobe is overdue for stealing the audio fade handles UI from FCP X for both Rush and Premiere Pro.
It only took them 5 years to steal the internal proxy workflow that FCP X had at launch...
Hi. Anyone knows if music can be faded out and in ? Transition from 1 song to another feels non-natural
Yes, leave 1 frame of empty space between the end of the first cut of music and the start of the second cut of music; apply a cross dissolve to the end of the first cut of music (it will now fade out) and a cross dissolve to the start of the second cut of music (it will now fade in):
I'm using Adobe rush on android and when I drag the cross fade nothing happens . What I'm finding wrong
Ok cool but what about the desktop version ? I can't find the FADE ... any idea ? is there anyshortcut to use ?
Transitions > Cross Dissolve.
Since you are cross dissolving from no audio (the empty frame) the audio will fade in.
Thanks! This was just whatI needed.
Hi, I need this! I can currently do it in iMovie but not in Rush. I think it's very needed feature.
You can apply transitions to an audio clip in Rush today.
1. Select an audio clip in the timeline,
2. Open the Transitions Inspector, select the Cross Dissolve transition
This will apply a transition to the beginning and end of your selected clip. If you want to apply a transition to only one side of the clip, you can drag and drop the transition to the desired position.
We're thinking of ways how we can make this more clear to users in the future.
It would help if it was more clear that you need to separate the audio track from the video before adding the transitions. Whole idea of having Rush is to make video editing simple for those of us who are not professionals in this area. Am I incorrect?
I recently exported a full DSLR video which consist of a single long clip sliced into peaces and connected together. The only audio adjustment I did was noise reduction 50% on the initial clip before editing. The final video came out with a problem of faded audio on the start of each clip. While editing, the same thing would happen from time to time so I thought its just editing buffer or something. I have only two transitions at the beginning and the end of the video.
The mentioned clip is: YouTube
You can hear the low audio after every cut as it starts low then picks up. Any help will be appreciated as Im planing to vlog using this on my trip without bringing the laptop but cant do so if this is somehow unfixable.
IOS 13 beta 6
PS: I believe the same thing is happening on my Galaxy S9.
My gut tells me it's because you're on a beta version of iOS 13. Don't believe our dev team has expanded support to that iOS just yet.
Can you export a portion of the project from your S9 and see if it's still happening there?
Let me know!
I haven't seen this issue myself using iOS 13. Can you please confirm the following
Look forward to hearing back.
This is still a problem for me. We are attempting an audio fade on music (discrete from picture) and it simply is not taking, no matter how long we make the "dissolve" ... we are trying this on Rush on an iPhone. The audio fade seems to still be tied to picture no longer how long we make (visually on the time line audio track.)