As you can see in the images, in davinci Resolve you can put the application in full screen without taskbar or top bar. How can I do the same in premiere?
None of the commands work. Do you know the names of those actions? to find them in keyboard preferences. Maybe they are changed.
This tip is very helpful. I have been using Premiere since 1991. I did not know about this.
I solved it, the problem was the Spanish keyboard. All commands are placed elsewhere. Install the English language on my pc and it works.
I just move to Premiere Pro from Kdenlive and am unable to find an option to make Premiere full screen. While I'm able to hide the top white bar (with Ctrl+\), this doesn't hide the taskbar at the bottom like I can do in Kdenlive. Is there a way to do this and make Premiere completely full screen?
It's not listed in the Keyboard shortcuts dialog that I can find ... but on my PC, Ctrl-\ works as the video says it does ... the blue Premiere Pro window bar goes away.
It would be Cmd-\ on a Mac, of course.
This doesn't work on your machine?
I have adobe premiere in Spanish, there are no commands to put the full screen, unless you know the name of the action to configure it. Change the language to English and it doesn't work for me either.
This white bar of files and tools can also be hidden?
I still haven't been able to solve it.
It's CTRL + ALT + \ for me, on Win10. There is no shortcut Command for this in the Keyboard Visualizer. It looks like this shortcut is fixed even though it looks like you can reassign the shortcut to another Command.
Hi Kevin, as you may have noticed. That doesn't work for people outside UK or US. Do we get a discount on Adobe Products or what is Adobes plan on solving this problem for us? How many years more will it take to make a simple shortcut for this? It cant be that difficult. It's just ridiculous how Adobe is treating us on that!!!
Still doesn't work unless you have an english keyboard it seems... This cant be that hard to fix? And while you're at it, please make it possible to hide or change the color of the annyoing white file menu bar, it's been poking me in the eyes for years. Experienced users very rarely have to use the file menu bar anyways, they have everything tied to keyboard shortcuts, so just make it possible for us to remove it as part of our workspace settings?
As you probably guessed I'm on Windows, I don't remember what it looks like on Mac, but I don't think it's white there...
Adobe needs to change the white top bar to dark gray, the same as in Photoshop.
It does not work with a dual monitor setup like mine. Rather than hide the top part of the GUI it pushes it to the second monitor. The video below does not show the bug just my setup.