How to Cross Fade a MP3 File - Simple MP3 Cutter Joiner Editor
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Crossfade is useful, for example, to fade out the ending of a song and fade in the beginning of its next song in a music album.
Step 1 - Open FileAt first, you have to open the MP3 or other audio or video file you want to cross fade. To do that press on the "Open" button of the toolbar or select "Open" from the "File" menu.
You can also drag and drop the audio or video file to open it.
Step 2 - Select the part of the MP3 file you want to cross fadeSecondly, mark which part of the MP3 file you want to fade in. The part of the MP3 file that will be faded out will be selected automatically.
You can do this by selecting the part of the MP3 file's waveform you want to fade in.
Alternatively, if you know the start and end time or duration of the desired fade, enter the start time, end time or fade duration in the appropriate textboxes.
Step 3 - Cross FadeNow press on the "Cross Fade" of the toolbar.
Alternatively, you can select "Cross Fade Selection" from the "Effects" menu.
Step 4 - Specify Output Format SettingsPress on the "Output Format" button to specify various output format settings or leave the default ones.
Step 5 - Get the ResultLastly, select "Save Whole Clip" from the "Cut" menu to get the result file.
In case, you want only a part of the MP3 file, after selecting it, you can choose also "Cut Only Selection" from the "Cut" menu.
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