Crossfades are great for moving from one scene to another. They bridge the gap between two video clips in a fresh and entertaining way. But can you even use this transition in a smartphone editor? You can bet on that, and that's extremely easy.
Adobe Premiere Clip, available for Android or iOS, has a crossfade tool built into it. During a transition, better known as movie blending, the effect overlaps both ends of the clip and the beginning of another, seamlessly "blending" one clip into the other. As with fade in or fade, fades are good for showing the time between scenes, but they can be used for other purposes.
To access the transition effect, you must be in the Freeform Editor. If your project is in automatic editor or you have not started a project yet, read the instructions below to set up your next big video.
To add a transition to your Adobe Premiere Clip Freeform project, just tap Click the gear icon at the top of the screen to open the settings for your project. Just click on "crossfade between clips". Premiere Clip now automatically applies the crossfade effect to all clips in your project. Simple, right?