Musicvid wrote on 3/13/2023, 6:33 PM

Need to show us what is going on. Vegas transitions are video fx, and do not use sound.

EricLNZ wrote on 3/13/2023, 7:52 PM

@Gareth-Penn Post a screenshot of the relevant area of your timeline including all tracks, video and audio.

m3lquixd wrote on 3/14/2023, 7:21 AM

I wanted to see this lol

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Gareth-Penn wrote on 3/14/2023, 8:58 AM

I glimpsed the comments before work this morning and went into Vegas and I think it is my father saying a cherry Hello. Which in the transition fade and swipe seems to get distorted to a sweeping sound.

Now on lunch break and searching YouTube on how to edit that small section of audio.

john_dennis wrote on 3/14/2023, 10:19 AM


Just hold the Shift key and drag one edge of the audio so it doesn't overlap for the Transition.

Gareth-Penn wrote on 3/15/2023, 4:10 PM


Thanks for the tip.

In the end I went for placing the fade over lap, insert a split at the end of the fade, change the audio profile in the fade type and reduce the gain. A bit of a Heath Robinson approach work around.