Generically, crossfade duration is the period of time during which a Media Player fades out one song while fading in the next song.


For example, if crossfade duration is set to 2s, then the music player will fade out a song a during the last 2 seconds of the track while fading in the first 2 seconds of the next track.


When crossfading is enabled, a player will usually fade-out Track A, and fade-in Track B, but the timing for fade-in and fade-out and the slope of the fade-in and fade-out curves may vary, making for slightly different implementations between different media players.


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