I'm working with 6 audio tracks and when I apply crossfades it's annoying to do each individually.
When i hold down command and click and drag the mouse across the same cut point in multiple tracks i can apply a crossfade to all the tracks.
My question is how do I then adjust the duration of those cross fades all at the same time?
Question from user rgbb707 at premiere at reddit.
In Adobe Premiere, when you apply crossfades to multiple tracks simultaneously, adjusting the duration of those crossfades can be done using the following steps:
Make sure all the tracks with crossfades are selected: Hold down the Command key (Mac) or the Ctrl key (Windows) and click on each track that has a crossfade applied. This will select all the tracks you want to adjust.
Right-click on any of the selected crossfades: With the tracks selected, right-click (or Ctrl-click on Mac) on any of the crossfades you applied. A context menu will appear.
Choose “Set Crossfade Duration”: In the context menu, hover over the “Audio Transitions” option, and then choose “Set Crossfade Duration” from the submenu. A dialog box will appear.
Enter the desired duration: In the dialog box, you can enter the specific duration you want for the crossfades. Type in the value or use the slider to adjust the duration. The changes you make here will be applied to all the selected crossfades.
Click “OK” to apply the changes: Once you've set the desired duration for the crossfades, click the “OK” button in the dialog box. The crossfade durations will be adjusted simultaneously on all the selected tracks.
By following these steps, you can easily adjust the duration of crossfades on multiple tracks at once in Adobe Premiere.