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fade-out

[′fād‚au̇t]
(communications)
A gradual and temporary loss of a received radio or television signal due to magnetic storms, atmospheric disturbances, or other conditions along the transmission path.
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In video editing, this refers to dissolves, wipes, fade-ins, fade-outs or other effects to take viewers from one scene to the next.
And the current Super League Man of Steel knows second-half fade-outs like that simply aren't good enough - and continuing that trend would cost Huddersfield the chance of a first Super League Grand Final appearance at Old Trafford.
Instead, he used quick fade-outs and slight shifts of focus to a greater degree than ever before.
The filmmaking is arguably too tasteful at times; intriguing as they are, Gary's dream sequences are absent any real sense of mystery or danger, and the use of stately fade-ins and fade-outs as delineating markers leads to some rhythmic awkwardness.
Swansea manager Kenny Jackett may well look at Moore's ideas with interest because his own team have been suffering similar second-half fade-outs throughout the season.
The interplay of straight-ahead playing, fade-outs, samples of sound, a funk version of High Heel Sneakers, a bit of Scott Joplin's The Entertainer, the fact that tunes and conversations keep reappearing in different guises - all this makes The Case of the 3 Sided Dream a really post-modernist artwork long before the word had been thought of.
After the introduction of electronic recording, jazz musicians in the 1920s and 30s started off the fashion for fade-outs.
These fade-outs are believed to result from carbon soot condensing in the star's atmosphere.
A number of transitions, such as dissolves, wipes and fade-outs, can be added with ease.
Site host Channel 4 does not escape hostility for its Derby coverage, with frustration at too little time spent on paddock shots in favour of stylish fade-outs of Tommo.
In addition, the feature of fade-ins and fade-outs of ads within the show content enable a smoother, more professional consumer experience.
PAUL ANDERSON has banned all talk about the Giants' now infamous Super League fade-outs.