cross-fade


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cross-fade

[′krȯs ‚fād]
(engineering acoustics)
In dubbing, the overlapping of two sound tracks, wherein the outgoing track fades out while the incoming track fades in.
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The new lighting system is unique to ESB and allows customized light capabilities from a palette of over 16 million colors in limitless combinations along with special effects such as ripples, sparkles, cross-fades and bursts.
Eyespot collaborated with Cyworld USA to customize the interactive tool with powerful features that allow members the ability to mix video, photos, and music -- complete with slow motion, cross-fades, color enhancements, and special effects -- all without ever leaving the Cyworld USA online environment.
Principle features include robust, easy-to-use editing, support for DV, composite and S-Video I/O, balanced and unbalanced audio, high-resolution picture quality, real-time audio cross-fades, and support for the ITU-R BT.
Audio abilities range from scrubbing and timeline editing with waveform display, to advanced tools such as real-time level EQ and cross-fades for simultaneous audio and video editing, pitch shifting and time compression/expansion for complete in-suite finishing when needed.
Key features and benefits include: the EditDesk, a large work environment that includes a clip library, a timeline and storyboard capabilities; SoftEdits, which enable editors to make uncommitted transitions that can be modified at any point in an edit; advanced editing tools with image-enhancing capabilities such as color correction, keying and character generation; special effects capabilities that bring 2-D effects into a 3-D world; professional audio capabilities, including up to 32 tracks of audio with real-time level EQ and cross-fades for simultaneous audio and video editing; one or two streams of real-time video option; and industry-standard EDL support.
Key features and benefits include: the EditDesk, a large work environment that includes a clip library, a timeline and storyboard capabilities: SoftEdits, which enable editors to make uncommited transitions that can be modified at any point in an edit, advanced editing tools with image enhancing capabilities such as colour correction, keying and character generation: special effects capabilities that bring 2D effects into a 3D world: professional audio-capabilities, including up to 32 tracks of audio with real-time level EQ and cross-fades for simultaneous audio and video editing; one or two streams of realtime video option; industry-standard EDLs and OMF support.
These include a complete, 16-million-color palette; transparency (which enables text and images to appear translucent when they are superimposed on another image), and use of dissolves, wipes and cross-fades as transitions between images.
Key features and benefits include: the EditDesk, a large work environment that includes a clip library, a timeline and storyboard capabilities; SoftEdits, which enable editors to make uncommitted transitions that can be modified at any point in an edit; advanced editing tools with image enhancing capabilities such as color correction, keying and character generation; special effects capabilities that bring 2D effects into a 3D world; professional audio capabilities, including up to 32 tracks of audio with real-time level EQ and cross-fades for simultaneous audio and video editing; one or two streams of real-time video option; industry-standard EDLs and OMF support.
NewArk(TM) enables developers to easily execute a variety of important audiovisual-related tasks, including MP3 encoding and decoding, video encoding and decoding, and special audio effects such as cross-fades and echo.