on May 27, 2016 at 12:40:57 pm Last Edited By Ivan Gao on May 27, 2016 at 12:41:32 pm
For example, if I import several videos and make some edit works to them. Can I make the edited video displayed directly on a external video player like Windows Media Player, rather than the Premiere Preview window?
You can connect a second display to your computer, and in Premiere Preferences, dedicate that display to video playback and you will get full-screen playback direct from the timeline.
Edit > Preferences > Playback
Then under VIDEO DEVICE you ought to see extra monitors that are connected, just select one with a check box.
Or get something like a Black Magic Mini Monitor card for your computer, which will provide both HDMI and HD-SDI outputs from Premiere to a monitor.
As a more exotic solution, Newtek recently introduced a new tool that supports their NDI video over IP protocol. It sends the Premiere timeline video out over the network, and any other PC on the network running the free "NDI Monitor" software can remotely via your timeline playback!