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Add UI scaling options (including less than 100%)

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May 06, 2024 May 06, 2024

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I have always felt that while the UI in Premiere Pro is very good-looking, it hinders productivity on smaller screens because it is so large. When switching from a 32" 6K display to a 16" MacBook screen, I find myself struggling to edit efficiently with such limited screen space while on the go.

Recently, a company called JetBrains introduced new UI scaling options with values going below 100% in their integrated development environments. This made me realize that this solution could completely resolve my issues with Premiere's UI. I do not want to adjust the scaling of my MacBook screen; I would only like to adjust the scaling of Premiere.

 

I'm sure many other users feel the same way and would greatly appreciate such functionality.

 

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May 09, 2024 May 09, 2024

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Upvoted - I've often had to switch from a multi-screen setup to a single 16" setup on the laptop and have had similar struggles.

 

One trick that helps but doesn't "SOLVE" the issue is using the ` key which enlarges the window of whatever panel you are working in, to view it full-screen. That at least helps me if I know I need to do something in the timeline and can accomplish it without having to look at the program monitor - say, moving clips up and down a track, or just laying clips out on the timeline. Similarly if/when I want to view something as a full screen playback I'll enlarge the program monitor when viewing, then shift it back to see multiple tabs when I need to use it.

Again, not the perfect solution but it's a nice quick keyboard trick that has helped me in those situations.

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