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Premiere screen does not refresh visualization while working

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I'm having a catastrofic problem with Premiere Pro. I work with two screens, used as a single wide one. On the left screen i have the timeline. Now it's like the left screen, and only it, cannot refresh. I cannot manage to use panels. Better, i can modify things with mouse and keyboard, but do not see any change in the visualization. The right screen works. On the left one there are some areas working fine, as Premiere top menù, the rest works but to not visualize changes.

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Premiere screen does not refresh visualization while working

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I'm having a catastrofic problem with Premiere Pro. I work with two screens, used as a single wide one. On the left screen i have the timeline. Now it's like the left screen, and only it, cannot refresh. I cannot manage to use panels. Better, i can modify things with mouse and keyboard, but do not see any change in the visualization. The right screen works. On the left one there are some areas working fine, as Premiere top menù, the rest works but to not visualize changes.

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Premiere can be wonky if you're using that as a "single screen" essentially in the monitor.

 

To use mulitple screens, you really are safer if the monitors are set in the OS as "extend desktop to this screen" and rather than pulling Premiere's main UI window across screens, you create a workspace with the main menu window of Premiere on your OS's main screen, and drag a panel to the other monitor, resize and perhaps make a panel group covering that screen.

 

That's the way I work ... a main UI screen, another screen that in nearly all my workspaces is the Project Panel/Source Monitor panel group ... with at times other panels added. And a third screen as my Mercury Transmit Out screen.

 

Neil

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