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Learn Media Composer Lesson 60: A Proper Fadeout

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In this lesson, Kevin P McAuliffe addresses a common mistake that editors make when doing a simple fade out, shows you how simple it is to fix, and then goes over other "simple fade in/out editorial mistakes" that are easily correctable. This lesson is crucial, as these simple techniques will show your clients your attention to detail, which is key in having them become repeat customers!



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