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Old 06-27-2006, 01:19 AM
trackster trackster is offline
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Default Crossfades in LE 6.9

I'm having a problem with crossfading in LE 6.9. When I select across two different regions and tell it to crossfade that cut, it tells me that there is not enough audio data in the selected region to perform the fade and asks me if I'd like to adjust the fade to create a "legal" fade. If anyone could help it would be great. Thanks.

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Old 06-27-2006, 08:25 AM
Peter Groom Peter Groom is offline
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Default Re: Crossfades in LE 6.9

Your Handles (ie the portion of audio that is available but not audible in the assembly) are too short. Youll need to decrease the fade duration so it can do it, or create more overlap, or edit some additional material to create the flexibility.
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