As you can see from the earlier examples, actually adding a transition is relatively easy. The fun really starts when you want to alter the basic parameters of that transition to create something unique in your project. This is called editing with keyframes (I explain keyframes in more depth in the "Understanding Keyframes" sidebar).
The Transition Editor is similar in look and operation to the non-VST audio editors I introduced you to in Chapter 7, and you open them in a similar fashion.
To open a Transition Editor
Do one of the following: