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Michael Harris

The easiest way is to use a simple video editor. Windows Movie Maker comes with Windows and can do what you asked. Import the video clip and drag it to the timeline. Select the audio track, click Clip|Audio|Fade In and Clip|Audio|Fade Out. Publish your project for the target of your choice, and you're done. You won't be able to control the envelope (how rapidly the fades occur), but it's quick and free.

Ren Gomez

Hi Janet,

Thanks for sharing your thoughts. It helps us understand the need, and I've documented your request for more options for the audio editor. That way, we'll be able to update this discussion if we make any changes.

In the meantime, this related discussion that has some insightful solutions from fellow community members.