I found the following excerpt from a post by Alan Mills while I was researching info on using a T. V. monitor to review my video edits "Another option that might be worth considering ( and cheaper too I imagine) is not to run two monitors but to get a graphics card with a TV-Out for video overlay.
That way, you can have your monitor connected up and also your TV (or TV monitor). The video overlay (i.e. preview in Premiere) will be sent to the TV and you will get an exact reproduction of your result. i.e. You'll see exactly what your efforts will look like on a TV rather than on a monitor. very handy. Especially for titles because if your scroll rate is not quite right or you start on the wrong scan line the text titles (movie credits) appear to wobble as they scroll." Posted 2/2004. This is exactly what I am endeavoring to do. Since the post is 4+years old can anyone give me some further info given the fact that new stuff has since emmerged? Thanks again for your time and patience.