Stop playback overlays from blocking main monitor
I use Premiere in my main monitor with playback in a second monitor. However, when Premiere is minimized, an overlay of the current playback video moves to my main monitor and remains on top, no matter what. This, despite having selected "Disable video output when in the background" in Preferences. This malfunction prevents full main monitor usage. Not even Photoshop can override it . My only option is to close Premiere It's a drag. Please help.
Thank you in advance.
Robert Bryant commented
All of the adobe training says to go to the wrench icon next to the program or source video, scroll to the bottom and de-select the overlay option in the dropdown. I found that makes no difference, though.
Cooper Carter commented
Yep, this is super, super annoying and I can't seem to find any remedy.