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Learn how to set the project playback settings in Adobe Premiere Pro CS3.
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Last thing we have to do is finagle our Project Settings. So I will go up to your top menu here. Select Project>Project Settings and go to General. Alright, we have a bunch of locked options in front of us. I'm really not concerned with those now, because I did set up this timeline for us. I want you to go to Playback Settings. First thing we have here is Realtime Playback. If Desktop Video Display During Playback is not checked, go ahead and check that now. You're going to have to choose an External Device; I'll show you what's in this dropdown. You've None or DV.
I'm going to choose DV because I have a DV Camera connected. You can use this option also for DV decks and such. Click DV, your next option is your Aspect Ratio Conversion. If it's available on your machine, put your Aspect Ratio Conversion on Hardware. If not, you could settle for Software. Then if you put in on None, you'll get no Aspect Ratio Conversion. Choosing Hardware or Software will tell Premiere to play back the video on your Desktop with the correct Aspect Ratio so it doesn't look stretched.
In order to play audio through your camera, you can check the External Device Audio radio button here. If not, you could put on Desktop Audio and it will find the default set of speakers to play the audio through. Your Export, go ahead and put that on DV. Then your last option here, Disable video output when Premiere Pro is in the background. If for any reason you Alt+Tab or go to another program, Premiere Pro will stop sending the signal to your device and it will open up some memory on your computer.
Let's leave these settings, go ahead, hit OK. We're going to go ahead and hit OK on our Project Settings and we're going to test this out. Now, by default, your project should have already opened up the Timeline in front of you. Go ahead and click within this Timeline window and I want you to hit the Spacebar, we're going to test to see if our signal is working. Hit the Spacebar and I'm going to stop our footage.
Go ahead and look at your camera or your device or monitor, whatever you're using as an External Device and see if you have an image on it. If you do, we're halfway there. I want you to bring your Playhead to the end here. You can click in the Timeline ruler up here. Now I want to hit your Spacebar because this little section here actually has some audio. So when I hit the Spacebar you should hear a treadmill sound going. I'm going to try that now. I have video; I can see the audio on my Timeline and on my meters. You won't hear it coming off the computer because it's actually playing through my camera.
I have audio and video, so I'm good to go. If you don't, and you're having a little problem, go through those Project Settings again and tweak some of those settings and see if you can get it to work on your External Device.