I want to make a timer for a football (soccer) video but it always loops at 60 minutes

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Dec 05, 2020

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Precisely as the title says I made a simple background for score and timer and it works but the timer loops at 60:00 and starts back from 0. Given its football and match lasts 90 minutes i would like it to last that much.

 

Worst case scenario I can do 2 x 45 and just add 1st/2nd half on the side but wanted to see if 90 is possible.

 

cheers,

 

sheep.

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At 60 minutes crop the first digit at left and replace it with a text graphics element using the type tool which will create a graphic layer, let the text be: 6. After that, animate the "source text" property of that text in the effect controls panel every 10 minutes: 7, 8, 9 and you are done.

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Here's a quick way to make a timer right inside Premiere - you can set it to any time and any font:

https://youtu.be/-JQH52VJKg0

Learn how to create an animated timer in Premiere Pro 2020. Unlike other methods, this one is customizable: choose the font, size, color, duration - whatever...

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