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2 Do one of the following:

To set playback resolution, select Playback Resolution,

To set paused resolution, select Paused Resolution.

3 From the menu, select the resolution desired.

For an explanation and tips on speeding up previews in Premiere Pro, see this video on the Video2Brain website.

Change magnification

The Source Monitor and Program Monitor scale video to fit into the available area. You can change the magnification setting for each view to see the video in more detail, or to increase the size of the pasteboard area around the image (to adjust motion effects more easily, for example).

1Choose a magnification setting from the View Zoom Level menu (to the right of the current time display) in the Source Monitor or Program Monitor.

In the Source Monitor, percentage values refer to the size of the source media. In the Program Monitor, percentage values refer to the image size specified by the sequence settings. Fit scales the video to fit in the monitor’s available viewing area.

2To change the visible area of a monitor, use the monitor’s scroll bars to change the visible area of the video image. Scroll bars appear when the current size of the monitor can’t contain the entire image.

Open or clear a clip in the Source Monitor

To view and edit source clips listed in the Project panel or individual clip instances in a sequence, open the clips in the Source Monitor. The Source menu, accessed from the Source Monitor tab, lists open clips.

1 To open a clip, do any of the following:

Double-click the clip in the Project or Timeline panel, or drag a clip from the Project panel to the Source Monitor. The clip appears in the Source Monitor and its name is added to the Source menu.

Drag multiple clips or an entire bin from the Project panel into the Source Monitor, or select multiple clips in the Project panel and double-click them. Clips are added to the Source menu in the order in which they were selected, and the last clip selected appears in the Source Monitor.

Choose the name of the clip you want to see from the Source menu (click the triangle to the right of the current clip’s name on the Source tab to make the menu appear).

The Source menu lists master clips by name. Clips opened from a sequence are listed by their sequence name, clip name, and starting time in the sequence.

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Choosing a clip to view from the Source menu

2 To clear a clip from the Source Monitor, in the Source menu, choose Close to clear or Close All to clear all clips.

You can also close all clips and the Source Monitor itself by clicking the Close button in the Source Monitor tab.

Navigate clips in the Source Monitor

You can set keyboard shortcuts for navigating the clips in the Source Monitor. These can speed toggling to the next or previous clip, skipping to the first or last clip, or closing one or all the clips in the Source Monitor.

1 Select Edit > Keyboard Customization.

The Keyboard Customization dialog box opens.

2In the second drop-down menu, select Panels, and click the triangle next to Source Monitor Panel to reveal the keyboard shortcuts for that panel.

3Set keyboard shortcuts for any of the commands that begin with Source Clip.

4Click OK.

Using the Source Monitor and Program Monitor time controls

The Source Monitor has several controls for moving through time (or frames) in a clip. The Program Monitor contains similar controls for moving through a sequence.

A B C D E

Time controls in the Source Monitor and Program Monitor

A. Time ruler B. Current-time indicator C. Viewing area bar D. Current time display E. Duration display

Time rulers Display the duration of a clip in the Source Monitor and sequence in the Program Monitor. Tick marks measure time using the video display format specified in the Project Settings dialog box. You can toggle the time rulers

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to display timecode in other formats. Each ruler also displays icons for its corresponding monitor’s markers and In and Out points. You can adjust the current time, markers, and the In and Out points by dragging their icons in a time ruler.

Current-time indicator (CTI) Shows the location of the current frame in each monitor’s time ruler. The CTI is the light blue triangle in the ruler.

Current time displays Show the timecode for the current frame. The current time displays are located at the bottom left of each monitor’s video. The Source Monitor shows the current time for the open clip. The Program Monitor shows the sequence’s current time. To move to a different time, click in the display and enter a new time, or place the pointer over the time display and drag left or right. You can change the display between full timecode and a frame count by Ctrl-clicking (Windows) or Command-clicking (Mac OS) the current time in either monitor or a Timeline panel.

Duration display Show the duration of the open clip or sequence. Each monitor’s duration indicator is located next to the Duration icon below the video display. The duration is the time difference between the In point and the Out point for the clip or sequence. When no In point is set, the starting time of the clip or of the sequence is substituted. When no Out point is set, the Source Monitor uses the ending time of the clip to calculate duration, and the Program Monitor uses the ending time of the last clip in the sequence to calculate duration.

Viewing area bars Correspond with the visible area of the time ruler in each monitor. They are the thin bars with curved handles above each time ruler. You can drag the handles to change the width of the bar and thereby change the scale of the time ruler below. Expanding the bar to its maximum width reveals the entire duration of the time ruler, and contracting the bar zooms in for a more detailed view of the ruler. By dragging the center of the bar, you can scroll the visible part of a time ruler without changing its scale.

Note: Although the Program Monitor’s current-time indicator corresponds with the current-time indicator in a Timeline panel, changing the Program Monitor’s time ruler or viewing area bar does not affect the time ruler or viewing area in a Timeline panel.

View safe zones in the monitors

Safe zone guides are for your reference and are not included in previews or export.

A

B

Safe zones in Program Monitor

A. Action-safe zone B. Title-safe zone

Click the Safe Margins button below the Source Monitor or Program Monitor. Click the button again to remove the safe-zone guides.

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The standard actionand title-safe margins are 10% and 20%, respectively. However, you can change the dimensions of the safe zones in the Project Settings dialog box. (See “Project Settings dialog box” on page 52.)

Choose fields in the Source and Program Monitors

You can set the Source Monitor and Program Monitor to display the first field, second field, or both fields for interlaced footage. The settings in the Source Monitor are disabled when a progressive clip is opened in it. The settings in the Program Monitor are disabled when the active sequence uses a progressive sequence preset.

1In the Source Monitor or Program Monitor, click the panel menu button .

2Select Display First Field, Display Second Field, or Display Both Fields according to your need.

Choose a display mode

You can display normal video, the video’s alpha channel, or one of several measurement tools.

In the Source Monitor or Program Monitor, click the Output button , or click the panel menu and choose a display mode setting:

Composite Video Displays the normal video.

Alpha Displays transparency as a grayscale image.

All Scopes Displays a waveform monitor, vectorscope, YCbCr Parade, and RGB Parade.

Vectorscope Displays a vectorscope that measures the video’s chrominance, which includes hue and saturation.

YC Waveform Displays a standard waveform monitor, which measures the video’s luminance in IRE.

YCbCr Parade Displays a waveform monitor that measures the Y, Cb, and Cr components of the video separately, in IRE.

RGB Parade Displays a waveform monitor that measures the R, G, and B components of the video separately, in IRE.

Vect/YC Wave/YCbCr Parade Displays a waveform monitor, vectorscope, and YCbCr Parade.

Vect/YC Wave/RGB Parade Displays a waveform monitor, vectorscope, and RGB Parade.

A C

B

Program Monitor set to Vect/YC Wave/YCbCr Parade

A. Waveform monitor B. YCbCr Parade C. Vectorscope

To use the waveform monitor and vectorscope displays most effectively, view them with the Reference Monitor ganged to the Program Monitor. See “Using the Reference Monitor” on page 133.

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