video preview overlapping second monitor
I have a Windows 10 machine with a 2-monitor setup. Whenever I enable mercury transmit on the second monitor to use it as a client monitor, it creates a preview that's too large for the screen and extends onto the screen I'm working on. (I've attached a file that shows what I mean.)
I'm working on a Windows 10 Pro machine with 2 Geforce GTX 1080 TIs bridged together. Admittedly, the screens are different resolutions - but that never seemed to affect anything when I used these exact screens with a Mac. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you for filing this bug report.
Are either of your monitors set to use Display Scaling? If so, what percentage(s) are they set to? ex., 150%, 175%, 200%, etc.
Does the problem go away if one or both monitors are set to 100%?
Mark Hollander commented
I have the same problem. I have 4 monitors, 3 are HD set to 100%, the main monitor is 4k set to 150%, this makes the video overlap as stated. Premiere does not have this problem :-( I'm on the same rig, Windows 10, GTX 1080Ti
Nui Naruphon commented
I've found that Using OpenCL instead of Open GL can solve my problem.
go to File/project setting/general
Sean Kimber commented
My main monitor is set to 100%. The second monitor is set to 150%. It does seem to go away if I set the second monitor to 100%, but then the monitor is (obviously) hard to read. Thanks!