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01-17-2005, 03:48 PM
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Is there any filter or option in TMPEG or CCE to fade video to Black? Or audio to fade out for that matter.

I am starting to cut the credits off of most of my encodes, because credits are the antitheses of decent bitrate. It's just a cosmetic thing to add, but still would be nice.
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01-17-2005, 03:55 PM
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Avisynth is delivered with a wonderfull manual. You should read it

(Fadein, Fadeout, FadeInOut are internal functions of avisynth).
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FitCD offers a final line:

#Trim(0,138109).FadeOut(150)

Would this do what he wants?
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Would this do what he wants?
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