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Can anyone provide an example of how to fade in and out an image on the animation timeline
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by:David Brugge
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Adobe has actually made it every easy to add fade in and out transition effects, what they didn't do is make it easy to find out where to access this feature.

Click the transitions icon in the upper left of the Timeline panel. It is easy to spot, right next to the cut icon (a pair of scissors). When you click the icon, a drop down asks you to choose a duration, you then drag the transition type to the place you want the fade in or out, usually the start or end of a clip. You can drag the edges of the transition preview in the Timeline to precisely set in and out points.

Here is a link to a video that shows the technique in use. Transitions are at :33sec.
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Thank you for your help.  I can't see the link that you are referring to.
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Thanks but I am using a different version of photoshop so I can't verify if the mentioned solution,
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