Open wide it's too fast

Community Beginner ,
Feb 07, 2021

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I'm trying to solve a problem since 10 am I simple can't discover why [this] keep happening.

I want to make a animated countdown clock and the clock is working fine, however when I try to put that animated line around the clock to dissapear with the countdown It but when I change the place to center with the clock the open wide effect stay too fast and I have no idea why.

 

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Community Beginner , Feb 08, 2021
Tiago5E3C Community Beginner , Feb 08, 2021
*Atualization I found out what the problem was, at least I managed to solve it. I can't edit the circles in the same position as the video, I need to create both separately.Step 1 - You can create the transparent video together with the time code;Step 2 - Create the circles around the timecode on any background away from the video;Step 3 - Only after the circles have been created separately with open wide, for example, you can put everything together.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
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Typically when applying mulitple effects on a clip. it may be necessary to do one part or effect, then nest the clip, then apply the other effect to the nested clip. This separates out the processing so that Premiere does a better job of keeping all effects working.

 

This might help with your situation.

 

Neil

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I just tried your instruction but it keep doing the same thing.

 

Just to confirm If I'm doing it right:

- I draw both circle;

- Nest them;
- Then I put open wide.

 

 

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That would be the process. Although you say you draw both circles ... I'm still trying to understand the precise details of what you're doing.

 

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I don't know which effect you are applying but you can use Radial Wipe, adjust the Wipe Center and animate the Transition Completion percentage. If you are already using this effect, all you need to do is snap the Wipe Center to the center of the graph.

 

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*Atualization

 

I found out what the problem was, at least I managed to solve it.

 

I can't edit the circles in the same position as the video, I need to create both separately.

Step 1 - You can create the transparent video together with the time code;
Step 2 - Create the circles around the timecode on any background away from the video;
Step 3 - Only after the circles have been created separately with open wide, for example, you can put everything together.
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