How to make the gap between panels slim like Gary's VEGAS Pro 18?

lan-mLMC wrote on 8/4/2020, 6:53 AM

Gary's :

 

at 42:45

 

The big gap of my VEGAS Pro looks so ugly :

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TheRhino wrote on 8/4/2020, 7:25 AM

What is your screen resolution? On my 4K screens the panel frames, text, etc. is smaller than when I display it on a 1080p screen... And, if you are using a 4K panel, then try changing the scale to 100%...

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alifftudm95 wrote on 8/4/2020, 1:04 PM

Maybe because display resolution. Mine look thin, I'm using 4K monitor

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VEGASPascal wrote on 8/5/2020, 5:38 AM

@lan-mLMC Gary is using an old 4k notebook but his eyes are not the best. 😂 So it is a combination of 4k screen and Windows 200(0)% upscaling. I would recommand to use HighDpi scaling and "use alternate HighDpi settings". Maybe somebody could give you an hint to an (internal) preference to eliminate this region.

lan-mLMC wrote on 8/5/2020, 7:34 AM

@lan-mLMC Gary is using an old 4k notebook but his eyes are not the best. 😂 So it is a combination of 4k screen and Windows 200(0)% upscaling. I would recommand to use HighDpi scaling and "use alternate HighDpi settings". Maybe somebody could give you an hint to an (internal) preference to eliminate this region.


@VEGASPascal Have trid all the HighDpi scaling and "use alternate HighDpi settings" and the right-click-menu-DPI setting of vegas180.exe. The big gap still exist. 😅 And I don't want to change windows' upscaling, its current upscaling is most fit for all other application.