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Your screen is bigger than your video in most cases. Why would you want your graphics card to put pixels where there were no pixels before?
In any case, it is a setup in your graphics card. And if the card is set up to handle it, the Premiere Pro playback settings will allow you to export to the 2nd monitor.
In Elmo's defense, you might want a full screen of your program out if you're adjusting bezier handles on a motion path, or just tweaking an effect of some kind.
I believe the tilde key ("~" or "`") toggles a panel to full view in the new CS3 (just like they had in AE 7, very cool). That being the case, you can forget a separate monitor for full screen purposes and just toggle playback full screen when necessary.
> How to get fullscreen preview in Premiere CS3 on your monitor
This works on my dualscreen setup running 8600GT GC.
Quite simple, Program Monitor > Playback Settings > Realtime Playback > External Device > Monitor 2 1280 x 1024 8 bit.
This means you lose the choice to output via a DV device to external TV, but it's up to the user to decide.
Oops, sorry Eddie. :-)
BTW thanks Eddie for posting my suggestion on Wiki.
I appreciate it. I hope it helps people, I like helping people learn and understand PPRO. :-)
You're welcome. Feel free to add to the Wiki yourself. It's easy and it's for everyone.
I recommend creating a user name, it gives you some additional abilities.
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