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Premiere Pro CC video clip opening like double doors effect Help!

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HI. I am trying to make my video look like it is some double doors opening up. I'm using a combination of crop and basic 3d swivel effect. The problem I'm running into is that the swivel effect only seems to swivel from the center of the frame but I need it to swivel from the edge and it won't follow the ancor point that I moved to the edge. I tried using position keyframes but it looks very unnatural. Any tips? Or is there an easy effect or template I can use to do this effect? 

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Swap (left/right) the images and use the Offset effect first.

Then swivel and crop.

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Premiere Pro CC video clip opening like double doors effect Help!

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HI. I am trying to make my video look like it is some double doors opening up. I'm using a combination of crop and basic 3d swivel effect. The problem I'm running into is that the swivel effect only seems to swivel from the center of the frame but I need it to swivel from the edge and it won't follow the ancor point that I moved to the edge. I tried using position keyframes but it looks very unnatural. Any tips? Or is there an easy effect or template I can use to do this effect? 

Screen Shot 2020-08-15 at 2.43.34 PM.pngScreen Shot 2020-08-15 at 2.43.43 PM.png

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Correct answer by Ann Bens | Adobe Community Professional

Swap (left/right) the images and use the Offset effect first.

Then swivel and crop.

afbeelding.png

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Hi,

You need to adjust your x axis anchor point ofr the footage.

 

You will find it on the Effect Control panel > Motion > Anchor Potnt.

 

The first set of numbers before the comma is x

 

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Please embed screenshot in original post.

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Swap (left/right) the images and use the Offset effect first.

Then swivel and crop.

afbeelding.png

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Thanks! That finally worked!

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