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Fade Tracks & Rendering – #5 Unreal Engine 4 Sequencer Course

Hey there DevSquad, today we cover how you can use fade tracks to ease the transition from one camera to enough, essentially fading to black.

We also cover how you can render your sequences into an AVI file that you can share with friends or use for game trailers!

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