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My graphics card information on monitors

Community Beginner ,
Aug 03, 2020

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Hi,

How can I disappear my graphics card information on both two monitors?

I don't what I did to make it happened.

I'm using Premiere Pro CC 2019.

 

*I added a screenshot of the problem.

 

Thanks!

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Those are called dog ears.

Ctrl+Shift+F11 will turn them on or off.

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My graphics card information on monitors

Community Beginner ,
Aug 03, 2020

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Hi,

How can I disappear my graphics card information on both two monitors?

I don't what I did to make it happened.

I'm using Premiere Pro CC 2019.

 

*I added a screenshot of the problem.

 

Thanks!

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Correct answer by Ann Bens | Adobe Community Professional

Those are called dog ears.

Ctrl+Shift+F11 will turn them on or off.

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LEGEND ,
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If you're in the Editing preset, then that is normal if you have a clip in the Source monitor and that same source in the timeline (which in turn makes the timeline footage also appear in the Program monitor). If you no longer need to further manipulate the footage that's in the Source monitor, then you may close that image. Do not close the image that's in the Program monitor or else the timeline will also disappear.

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Community Beginner ,
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That's not what I asked.
I meant the information about my graphics card that appears on the monitors.
I don't need it and want to make it disappear.
Take a look at the photo I attached

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LEGEND ,
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Sorry. I have not encountered that display, so I cannot help at this point. Disregard what I stated in my previous post above.

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Those are called dog ears.

Ctrl+Shift+F11 will turn them on or off.

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Thanks!!!

Can you please explain the meaning of "dog ears"?

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Kfirf,

These are engineering tools and not are really meant for use by editors. No big whoop. Carry on! 😉

Thanks,
Kevin

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