Is there an option to preview your sequence on full screen? If only have one monitor? I don't mind that quality is less, It's just that sometimes you might want to look at things a little bigger without having a 2nd monitor. The closest I can see to getting this is by undocking,
Select the program monitor and hit the tilde key, that will give you full screen.
this is not entirely what I was thinking of, but it does the job nicely.
I'm geussing this key is this # or with shift + # , it is this ~
it doesnot work for me, I have my panel selected, (tried it on all of them)
Also can't find it in keyboard customisation,
i'm on premiere Pro CS3, windows xp
Rather than undocking, select "maximize frame" and afterwards "restore frame" - it won't give you full screen but it's easy.
Hmm, I just looked at the Help and it is using the wrong character.
The actual (default) shortcut key is `
Technical you are right (GRAVE character), but many know it as the tilde key: ~
The problem is that not all keyboard layouts have the tilde on the same key.
When I do this, the program crashes about 10% of the time. The screen on my 27" iMac i7 with 16gb of RAM just goes black. I have to turn off the computer entirely by holding the power button...
This happen to anyone else?
Frozen here also. yay.
just press "ü".
Works for mac. Exactly what I was looking for. God bless you!
I can't get full screen for love nor money, and i have pressed EVERY KEY on the keyboard.
You need to hold down the control key then press the ` key, which is imedeately to the left of the Z key.
Bloody 'ell! Thank you for finally helping figure this out!
Now that's the answer I was looking for! Thanks!
Just remap the key.
Thanks, Steve, I've been wondering what the shortcut for this for years now. ( Ctrl + ` ) I have 3 screens but the full-screen view really lets you see more detail.
Steve Wildside got it right on; hold down control and press the ` key, which on a Mac is immediately to the left of the 1 key. This will take you into a full screen preview of whatever is in your sequence. You can scrub in full screen with the J and L keys, using spacebar to pause and play. Best of luck in your endeavors!
Thank you everyone but for some reason or other, none of the suggestions work BUT the apostrophe/@ key does work. Don't know if it makes any difference but I am using an English keyboard.
In this video you can fild all the available full screen playback options in Adobe Premier.
Please let me know if you know anyother methods