Do you select the timeline Frame with your mouse first? If so try resetting your workspace.
Yeah , I've been selecting the Timeline with my Mouse. I also Tried resetting the workspace , Didn't work.
Any other ideas?
I'd like to try and resolve this issue. I don't want to keep disconnecting the second monitor in order for me to edit my content.
Thanks again ,
Is the timeline panel stretched across both monitors? If so, and only as a test, try shrinking the timeline panel down to fit on one monitor only. Test both the laptop display and the external monitor. Ditto for the Source and Program Monitors -- test them when they're completely on one monitor or the other.
A couple of real quick questions -
What type of laptop - what OS?
What kind of connection are you using to connect the second monitor?
Thanks for your reply.
When i edit , I only have Premiere on 1 Monitor , I don't have it splitting over 2 e.g i don't have the timeline on one and the preview on the other monitor. Instead , i have premiere on 1 Monitor and Another Program open on another sometimes Chrome or a sound recording program.
I've tried putting premiere on the external monitor and then disconnecting the laptops monitor , However that doesn't work either.
Premiere only seems to work when its just on my Laptop when the external monitor is disconnected.
Thanks for your response,
Firstly my Laptop is a Lenovo Z570 It has 4GB Ram , I've used it for the Past 5 Months with another Monitor and its been working perfectly , Untill a week or so ago , It stopped working. As for the operating system its running on Windows 7 , I believe its 64Bit.
And for the connection i'm using a HDMI Cable which came with the Monitor to connect it to my Laptop. I must also add , The monitor does work , I can use it to extend my Desktop , However the only issue i have is with Premiere.
Thanks again for reading , I look forward to hearing your response.
Just wondering if anyone has experienced this?
Its getting to another busy part of the year in terms of editing and i don't want to keepy on Disconnecting the Second Monitor in order for Premiere to play my footage.
Thanks for reading , any help is appreciated.
Dual laptop video problems
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I have had issue many many times on different computers. Been on premiere for 3 years and have had this issue with both cs5.5 and cs6. I run a mac pro at work and a 27-inch iMac Intel Corei7 - 8 GB ram - 2.93Ghz at home. Normally when it doesn't play after I hit the spacebar or "play button" I just wait a bit, and it will come back. I haven't found a fix yet, but you're not the only one that's experienced this.