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My composition window shows black until I press play on the preview.

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Oct 28, 2020

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I can see the outlines of the objects in my project, but I cant see them until i press play on the preview. All I see is black until I press play. I was doing time remapping when I think I accidentally clicked the wrong button(s), and ever since then, this happened.

 

If anyone can help, PLEASE HELP.

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It sounds like you've set the Preview window to the fast preview mode called "Wireframe".  

 

Choose "Adaptive Resolution" or "Final Quality" for most working situations.  The Fast Preview button is along the bottom of the Preview window - a square with a lightning bolt inside it.Screen Shot 2020-10-29 at 3.58.11 pm.png

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My composition window shows black until I press play on the preview.

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I can see the outlines of the objects in my project, but I cant see them until i press play on the preview. All I see is black until I press play. I was doing time remapping when I think I accidentally clicked the wrong button(s), and ever since then, this happened.

 

If anyone can help, PLEASE HELP.

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Correct answer by Andrew Yoole | Adobe Community Professional

It sounds like you've set the Preview window to the fast preview mode called "Wireframe".  

 

Choose "Adaptive Resolution" or "Final Quality" for most working situations.  The Fast Preview button is along the bottom of the Preview window - a square with a lightning bolt inside it.Screen Shot 2020-10-29 at 3.58.11 pm.png

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It sounds like you've set the Preview window to the fast preview mode called "Wireframe".  

 

Choose "Adaptive Resolution" or "Final Quality" for most working situations.  The Fast Preview button is along the bottom of the Preview window - a square with a lightning bolt inside it.Screen Shot 2020-10-29 at 3.58.11 pm.png

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THANKS! it worked, i didnt know what you were talking about at first, but i figuring it out

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