Can multicam be displayed on monitor 2 and selected camera in Program monitor?

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Aug 13, 2018 Aug 13, 2018

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I just started using CC 2018, having upgraded from CS 5.5.  I have two monitors on my computer.  I want to have the multi cam display show up on monitor 2, but have my selected camera appear in the program monitor on monitor 1 (where the software displays).  Right now, I have the multi cam display appearing on both monitor 2 and monitor 1's program monitor.  I hope this question is clear.  I apologize if it has been answered before but I couldn't figure out how to phrase the question to bring up the answer in a search.

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Participant , Aug 13, 2018 Aug 13, 2018
OK, I have better insight into this now.  I had "transmit multi camera view" selected.  And I had the "toggle multi camera view" icon selected.  But I didn't also have "show multi camera preview monitor" selected.  Now that I do, I see both the multi camera screen and the selected camera image side by side on my second monitor.  Now I can work with this!

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LEGEND ,
Aug 13, 2018 Aug 13, 2018

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Multicam editing is done exclusively in the Program Monitor, so no this is not possible.

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Mar 29, 2022 Mar 29, 2022

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so, in the program monitor , disable " show multi camera in preview monitor" and open a reference monitor, then move it to a seperate window, click the "gang to program" or something, and bam! you have one screen with your timeline or what not, and the multicamera window, while a whole screen is now with the refernce monitor, showing you the project. enjoy! 

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OK, I have better insight into this now.  I had "transmit multi camera view" selected.  And I had the "toggle multi camera view" icon selected.  But I didn't also have "show multi camera preview monitor" selected.  Now that I do, I see both the multi camera screen and the selected camera image side by side on my second monitor.  Now I can work with this!

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Jul 14, 2020 Jul 14, 2020

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Did you find anyway to have them in seperate monitors because I have three monitors and it feels weird that I would have to reduce both my images to have them in one when they could be full screen in seperate monitors

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