This is actually due to the camera overlay. The blue area shows which parts of the video are visible/in focus. If you're not actively using this feature, you can hide it by clicking on the icon to the left of the camera timeline as shown below.
For more information on how to use Toonly, you can check out our video tutorials here.
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