Fade-in meaning

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The definition of a fade-in is the gradual appearance of the picture or sound in movies, television and radio.

An example of a fade in is a movie shot that starts as a black screen but eventually shows an image.

An example of a fade in is a song quietly played in the background, which eventually becomes louder.

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A gradual appearance of an image, light, or sound, especially as a transition in a cinematic work, audio recording, or performance.
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(film, radio, tv) A fading in; gradual appearance or becoming distinct of a scene or sound.
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A type of transition used in visual media, in which the transition is at first black, fading to a visual image.
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To fade from black to a visual image in visual media.
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