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On-Screen textual display won't toggle off

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Jul 26, 2020

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I've used Premiere for many years and this is the first time Im posting because Ive never seen this relatively minor but problematic issue.  Im currently on 14.3.0 (Build 38) and somehow I turned on a display of key metadata related to networking such as render time, bitstream and color space (see photos).  No matter the panel, the monitor will have this display across it.  However it is not transferred to the export. 

 

Is this possiby a quicktime or mac feature (Im on catalina 10.15.5)? 

If you know how to toggle this off please let me know. 

If know what this function is named inside Premiere at thevery least - I can back track it from the keyboards shortcuts.

 

 

 

13.4.0 Build 38 / Catalina 10.15.513.4.0 Build 38 / Catalina 10.15.5

two displaystwo displays

 

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Correct answer by Phillip Harvey | Adobe Community Professional

Click Ctrl+F12 to open the Console

Go to Debug Database View

PhillipJoseph_0-1595815575046.png

Search for "Dog" and make sure EnableDogEars is set to False.

PhillipJoseph_1-1595815639070.png

 

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On-Screen textual display won't toggle off

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Jul 26, 2020

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I've used Premiere for many years and this is the first time Im posting because Ive never seen this relatively minor but problematic issue.  Im currently on 14.3.0 (Build 38) and somehow I turned on a display of key metadata related to networking such as render time, bitstream and color space (see photos).  No matter the panel, the monitor will have this display across it.  However it is not transferred to the export. 

 

Is this possiby a quicktime or mac feature (Im on catalina 10.15.5)? 

If you know how to toggle this off please let me know. 

If know what this function is named inside Premiere at thevery least - I can back track it from the keyboards shortcuts.

 

 

 

13.4.0 Build 38 / Catalina 10.15.513.4.0 Build 38 / Catalina 10.15.5

two displaystwo displays

 

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Correct answer by Phillip Harvey | Adobe Community Professional

Click Ctrl+F12 to open the Console

Go to Debug Database View

PhillipJoseph_0-1595815575046.png

Search for "Dog" and make sure EnableDogEars is set to False.

PhillipJoseph_1-1595815639070.png

 

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Search for "Dog" and make sure EnableDogEars is set to False.

PhillipJoseph_1-1595815639070.png

 

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that was quick.  thanks.

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