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fade-in

[′fād‚in]
(communications)
A gradual increase in signal strength, as at the start of a radio or television program or when changing to a new scene, to make sound volume and picture brightness increase gradually.
(graphic arts)
In motion pictures, the gradual emergence of a screen image from black.
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They wisely did away with the tinny fade-ins and fade-outs used for the first "best of" collection, and overall the engineering is good.
Without exception, the choreographers were caught up in the "trickery" of the media, forgetting that multiple images, overlays, and fade-ins and -outs do not necessarily clarify the dance image for the viewer, and that they never substitute for coherent choreography.
Mixing and fade-ins controlled by the standard controls of each MP3 player
In addition, the feature of fade-ins and fade-outs of ads within the show content enable a smoother, more professional consumer experience.