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I'm on a MacOS Catalina platform (MB Pro 15" late 2016) .
The Display Resolution is 2560 x 1440 on my external Eizo CG277.
I have Adobe Premiere Pro 2020, Version 14.8.0.
The UI font size is very small. How do I adjust it? I can't figure out how to adjust it for Premiere Pro.
Thanks for your help.
I need to find this out too. Please help
Check out the slider at the bottom of the Project panel. You can enlarge the size of your list view items and the fonts there by sliding the slider to the right. I hope that helps.
Hello Rob, the little slider is not doing anything in my Premiere Pro. I have Catalina 10.15.7
I have a video edting project to do for work today and I can't see what I am doing... Any tips on how to increase the UI font size would be greatly appreciated.
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Actually, I see that slider increases the size of the imported list items text OR the icons, but I really need to increase the size of everything in the interface in order to see what I am doing... please help : ) Thanks!
For that sort of thing, you need to change the "scaling" options in the OS. Going to say 150% or 200% on scaling for that monitor in the OS might help you out.
Mine system font is set to 133%. Any bigger and everything would be too big generally. What seems daft is that all this expensive mature software is missing such as obvious feature as scalable UI. They seem to assume that every user has microscope-like eyesight.
I can just about see this
Even at maximum it's pretty small.
133% is likely to be an issue for some reason. 100%, 150%, or 200% work better.
It's also because people overkill it by using 4K monitors. That is largely unnecessary.
My monitors are 1920x1080 not 4k, though if an editor was working on 4k content it would make sense that they would need monitors of that resolution.