...Any help on this would be great, Thank You.
I have no video equipement but I made a sequence of pictures for you.
Please, read from left to right and from top to bottom.
You can click onto the picture to enlarge it.
(Notation follows closely the usual letter notation of WCA: U stands for the upper clock; D for the down clock; x2 is the usual notation for turning the whole cube around the (x) axis going through the faces at your left and right.
Rw stand for "Right wide" meaning two layers at once. In my move sequence only one kind of Rw turns is used where the whole right half of the puzzles is turned by 180 degrees, written as Rw2)
The result is a 3-cycle of numbers on the U clock:
1 is now at the Position of the former 11.
11 went to the position of the former 12.
12 went to the position of the former 1.
I hope my still photos work equally well as a video.
You can vary this move sequence by replacing the number 1 by 2 or 3.
Rw2 U3 Rw2 D3' Rw2 U3 Rw2 U3' Rw2 U3' D3 Rw2 U3' can be used to deal with an odd permutation (like just two numbers are swapped).