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    Hi there does anyone know of a way of viewing the timeline on a second Monitor / TV screen to enable me to see a true output before composing my dvd, I'm using Premier Pro 1.5. I've been looking at the Sony LMD series screens would any of these be suitable.

    Thanks John
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    I am using a JVC Hi Resolution CRT monitor.

    A decent one will run you $500

    http://www.bhphotovideo.com/bnh/cont...goryNavigation

    thats what i use.

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    if you have a dual head graphics card then this is quite easy. Just connect a TV up to the svideo output on the graphics card and set your display properties to 'clone'. This is as far as I needed to go with my Nvidia card. once that setting was made then the TV became a clone of my desktop. OK but no cigar. However, as soon as a video overlay appeared i.e. Window media player or preview in PPro then the video overlay gets sent to the TV full screen.

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