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The Pesky Full-Frame

Feb 3, 2013 1:32 AM

Tags: #frame #bug #cs6 #premiere_pro_cs6 #full_frame

Out of the blue, the current frame from the active timeline will suddenly go full-frame on my monitor, showing nothing on the desktop, and not want to leave. I have to resort to using Windows Task Manager to remove it. It usually occurs when I have left PPro to do something else, like look up something in help, find a file, etc. It will occasionally also run as a full clip as well, but this does not happen often. Usually, it will just be the static frame from the program window at the time. I have looked through the settings and have found nothing amiss that I would expect to cause this phenomenon. It does not seem to be related to the file or sequence type.

 

My software is up to date. I have a i7-970 hexacore machine running at 3.2GHz with 24GB ram and a Nvidia quadro 3800 card for GPU processing. I generally work in DVCPRO-HD, ALL-I.mov and AVCIntra-100 based files.

 

Any guesses? Never had this happen before, and I've been using PPro since 2003 in some form or another.

 

Regards,

 

Dermfellow

 
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    Feb 3, 2013 2:07 AM   in reply to Dermfellow

    Go into your preferences and uncheck the monitor that you don't want to go full screen.

     
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    Feb 3, 2013 11:43 AM   in reply to Dermfellow

    It happens to me as well ...when Premiere is minimised..

     

    I just click on the second screen if I see it.

     

    Its annoying and I suspect it is triggered by "Auto save" occuring in the background... and that focusses Premiere.

     
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