Editing regular video on a single vertical/portrait monitor inn Davinci Resolve

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      buttersb
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      My current workspace is optimized for VO recording, browsing etc. with a single VERTICAL monitor. Soon I will have to start regular editing on a long term project, and I’m thinking the vertical monitor setup may actually be better for that as well–if I can arrange the Davinci layout how I want; I’d love to have the Project frame full-width at the top of the screen, then the Clip frame full-width below it (or vice-versa), then timeline and other windows arranged below. Fullscreen check can be done later or on another monitor.

      Is this possible with a Davinci or any NLE? I can’t check myself because for now my desktop has only integrated graphics still so Davinci refuses to install on it.

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      CharlesBennett
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      No, you cannot do that with Resolve. NLE GUIs are designed for horizontal displays.

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      buttersb
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      Looks like in Premiere CS6 I can float and rearrange windows in some fashion for my 16X10 vertical monitor. So you can’t detach windows at all in Resolve?

      Layout test

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