But cramming your timeline, bins, audio meters, and video windows all on the same screen can be pretty limiting. Check out the video or keep scrolling for the transcription! Reason #1: Increased Screen Real EstateFirst, the increased screen real estate will help you space things out and allow you constant access to panels, windows and bins, instead of having to open and close them constantly. And if you prefer having your fonts bigger than your editing system default, you will have much more latitude for that.
A good two-monitor setup involves placing all of your bins, audio meters, and other tools on the left monitor. There no need to minimize your project window while watching , or anything else for that matter, on your internet browser. And if you need to make color comparisons to….