How do i edit transiton? All about transitions

How do i edit transiton? All about transitions

You can now have multiple transitions in your video. To apply a transition between scenes, please follow:

  1. Click on the transition icon between the scene and select the transition you wish to apply
  2. Click on the transition icon again to see the other options available such as 
    - Remove transitions from all scenes
    - Remove transition from current scene
    - Apply transition to all scenes
    - Change the transition

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