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Hi,

Is there a way to make the graphs taller to make more room for working with keyframes in the Premiere Effects Control Panel timeline?  I found this illustration in the book "The Cool Stuff in Premiere Pro" by Jarle Jeirpoll which shows the graphs as much taller than they usually appear in Premiere Pro.  But I can't find any way to make them taller.  Is there a way?

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Zaffer

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Hover on the thin gray horizotal lines that separate the graphs and when the cursor changes to the up/down form, click and drag:

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wider height in Effect Control panel

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Hi,

Is there a way to make the graphs taller to make more room for working with keyframes in the Premiere Effects Control Panel timeline?  I found this illustration in the book "The Cool Stuff in Premiere Pro" by Jarle Jeirpoll which shows the graphs as much taller than they usually appear in Premiere Pro.  But I can't find any way to make them taller.  Is there a way?

Thanks.

Zaffer

Premiere Pro Effects panel.jpg

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Correct answer by Meg The Dog | Adobe Community Professional

Hover on the thin gray horizotal lines that separate the graphs and when the cursor changes to the up/down form, click and drag:

ScreenFlow.gif

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Use the full screen feature (shortcut `) or get a larger monitor.

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Thanks Ann,

I wasn't trying to make the whole Effects Control Panel bigger, I was trying to make the individual graphs inside it bigger (taller) for ease of editing bezier handles.  I discovered the way myself.  The height adjustment is in the Effects Panel Timeline itself, not in the list of effects -- sort of the opposite of the way the timeline works, where the track heightment is in the list, not in timeline itself.

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Hover on the thin gray horizotal lines that separate the graphs and when the cursor changes to the up/down form, click and drag:

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Thanks Meg,

That's what I eventually figured out for myself 🙂

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