Fade-In

In motion picture and video production, to increase the intensity of a picture or signal, usually from zero, such as fading in a picture from black at the beginning of a production. In audio recording, fade-in refers to an increase in the intensity of an audio signal, usually from silence. See also Fade-Out.

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