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What is this secondary In/Out and how do I get rid of it?

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I have this weird feature that popped up somehow while I was editing several clips for broadcast.

 

It's a secondary In/Out on my timeline, which overrides the normal in/out for my sequence for rendering and exporting. Any idea what the purpose of this is? And more importantly, how do I disable it? It's driving me crazy!

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are you talking about the workarea bar.  you turn it on and off in the menu that's accessed by the 3 horizontal lines just to the right of your sequence name in the timeline.  And when you go to the sequence menu, instead of it saying render to in to out it says render entire workareaScreen Shot 2020-10-12 at 2.23.24 PM.png

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What is this secondary In/Out and how do I get rid of it?

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I have this weird feature that popped up somehow while I was editing several clips for broadcast.

 

It's a secondary In/Out on my timeline, which overrides the normal in/out for my sequence for rendering and exporting. Any idea what the purpose of this is? And more importantly, how do I disable it? It's driving me crazy!

Screen Shot 2020-10-12 at 1.16.02 PM.png

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Correct answer by mgrenadier | Adobe Community Professional

are you talking about the workarea bar.  you turn it on and off in the menu that's accessed by the 3 horizontal lines just to the right of your sequence name in the timeline.  And when you go to the sequence menu, instead of it saying render to in to out it says render entire workareaScreen Shot 2020-10-12 at 2.23.24 PM.png

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are you talking about the workarea bar.  you turn it on and off in the menu that's accessed by the 3 horizontal lines just to the right of your sequence name in the timeline.  And when you go to the sequence menu, instead of it saying render to in to out it says render entire workareaScreen Shot 2020-10-12 at 2.23.24 PM.png

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That thing threw me off when I first encountered it too, hah. Edited for years without ever knowing about it.

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if you worked in aftereffects at all, you'd know as. you're sort of forced to deal with it...  Gotta say if you want to get good at premiere (or almost any program) you need to explore the menus and if you don't know what something does, never hurts to look it up.   I love premiere, but don't always think the interface makes a lot of sense from an intuitive point of view.  took me a while to figure out how to change the starting timecode of a sequence...  in my head it should be in sequence settings...

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Thank you so much! There's always something to learn with Premiere.

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