When butting up two clips system automatically generates a crossfade. Crossfade perimeters change based on how far you push one clip into the other.
The resulting Fade-Out of the red clip should be the original length of the Crossfade (should sound the same), but the fade is instead trimmed to the middle of the Crossfade (half as long).
If instead the red Clip is cleared, then the same problem applies for the resulting Fade-In-Length of the blue clip: Only half of the previous (and expected) fade-length remains.
When selecting a full clip or group of clips (not just a single edit point), and pressing the "F" key with no modifiers, the current behavior in 12.6 is to create a fade in, crossfade, and fade out according to the settings in Preferences. However the length of each fade and crossfade defaults to 10 ms. I would like to be able to set a default for the lengths of these fades. ++++++++++++++++++++++++ Side note: In ...more »
I hate when I'm using the smart tool to create a crossfade and I get the "bounds" error message. It would be cool if when you clicked on the regions to start your crossfade pro tools would draw little dotted lines to show how far each region extended under the other. This would eliminate a lot of guessing. Also, a preference option could be available that when selected, only allows you to extend the crossfade out to ...more »