January 16, 2013 at 11:33 pm
This is a bug. I have a PC and I use it the same way that OP is saying. I use dip to white as a “flash from white” type of effect by moving the transition to 50% at the start. I do the same with dip to black. This works 100% great on my PC at home. On my Macbook for work is a different story. It does just as OP is saying, and no matter where you adjust the start or end of the transition to it always plays as if 0% – 100%. I sorta feel bad for the OP as everyone is treating him like he’s unintelligent for asking this question when it isn’t working as intended as some have suggested. Of course you can do the transition old school, but it would be nice if this bug was fixed to save time.
February 18, 2013 at 4:06 pm
This is absolutely a bug. I had no such problems before CS5.5 What the OP described worked fine on CS4. I am using Windows 7 x64. I used to use this transition the same way. It’s easier and faster than creating a white solid and dissolving it. Yeah yeah, you can do it that way, but that isn’t what the op was asking. If you set the start or end points at 50, it should begin or end white. I will ask my friend if he’s has the same issue on his installation.
March 7, 2013 at 10:37 pm
The problem seems to go away when you disable gpu acceleration.
March 8, 2013 at 8:30 am
Edward thanks for posting and your right with gpu acceleration off fixes the bug, great find. It would be frustrating enough if this glitch just affected the previews but it also affects the export even when exporting with the “use previews” option unselected. The only way to make the transition work correctly is to export with gpu acceleration off.
Ryan thanks for commenting on this post with your test results also and don’t worry my feelings weren’t hurt by the discussion I knew I was right I just hadn’t convinced the other posters that it was a bug or perhaps they didn’t have gpu acceleration turned on and so wasn’t seeing what we saw?
April 27, 2018 at 4:26 am
I believe I’m having a similar issue.
Shown here are the “D. Clip previews E. Start and End sliders”
However when using a transition in the Effects Control it’s missing the ‘Clip previews’ and ‘Start and End sliders’ in Premiere Pro CC. While using CS6 this is not an issue, see below.
Running on a Ryzen 2700X and fresh installed copy of Windows 10.
December 28, 2018 at 8:13 pm
So I was having the same issue. In the screenshot, You see the end of Vas Lab scene and the beginning of the PSB Reveal clip.
I was attempting to add the dip to white to the end of the Vas Lab clip then butting up against the PSB Reveal clip which has a white background. What resulted was a dip to white, then to black which was bad transition (white to black to white). What I did to fix this was butt the scene and the clip together, then add the Dip to White transition to the beginning of the PSB reveal clip, then set the Alignment of the transition to End at Cut. This then allowed me to adjust the Duration back from the cut which dipped the Vas Lab scene to white right into the PSB Reveal clip! See below:
March 24, 2023 at 1:41 pm
11 years later it still is the only option. I had the same exact issue, so came across this thread. Keyframing worked for me. Thanks! 🙂
Dip to white bug ?
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