fade in

See also: fade out
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NounEdit

fade in (plural fade ins)

  1. A type of transition used in visual media, in which the transition is at first black, fading to a visual image.

VerbEdit

fade in (third-person singular simple present fades in, present participle fading in, simple past and past participle faded in)

  1. To fade from black to a visual image in a film or other visual media.
  2. To begin with silence in a song and slowly increase the volume of music until the song's intro is done.

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