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How to get rid of the box over my video clip?

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Oct 04, 2022 Oct 04, 2022

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Can someone help me to turn this odd box off?

It blocks my media during editing and it's in every import even after resetting all of my settings.  

 

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Community Expert , Oct 04, 2022 Oct 04, 2022

Turn off the timecode overlay:

 

 You can turn overlays on or off by clicking the Wrench icon 

 in the Program Monitor or Source Monitor, and then select Overlays.

 

from here:

https://helpx.adobe.com/premiere-pro/using/monitor-overlays.html

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Turn off the timecode overlay:

 

 You can turn overlays on or off by clicking the Wrench icon 

 in the Program Monitor or Source Monitor, and then select Overlays.

 

from here:

https://helpx.adobe.com/premiere-pro/using/monitor-overlays.html

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Peru Bob  is got the solution but you might benefit by working thru some basic tutorials for Premiere..  This is very basic stuff and it is very useful to get a working knowledge of the interface..  Adobe has many tutorials and there are lots on Youtube.  Linkedin Learning has a number of comprehensive sets of tutorials that are very useful...  It costs something, but there may be a free trial available.  

 

And gotta say, much of the interface is not particularly intuitive.  Premiere is a very deep program and so the interface is necessarily complex to make all sorts of great stuff available...  I came to Premiere after working in Avid and FCP 1-7 from almost the birth of computer based video editing after working in film and linear video editing for many years and I still found some things difficult to do...  But trust me, it's worth the effort.   And at a certain point, you'll understand the mindset of the programmers and know, as in this case, to go to a specific spot... like the wrench icon below the source and program monitors...

 

And you're on the right path, here.   This is a great resource with many knowledgable experienced users pitching in to help others...  

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