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Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 5 Workspaces

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In this tutorial, Andrew Devis shows what happens when you open a project saved in a previous version of Premiere Pro and how it changes the default workspace back to that of a previous version. He then goes on to show how to reset your workspace back to the default CS6 workspace. Andrew also shows how to customize your workspace, save a new workspace layout, delete a workspace and maximize panels both to include and exclude the showing of transport controls (to have a true full screen for say the source or program monitors).



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Re: Premiere Pro Basics (CS6 & above): 5 Workspaces
by Andrew Devis
Hi Marcial

Thanks for the comment. As for the birds, I couldn't shut them up! It's got to that time of year where it seems all the blackbirds in the area stand on the top of ariels having rap battles with each other! But I guess there could be worse background noises - such as my dog barking at anything and everything!

:o)
Andrew

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Re: Premiere Pro Basics (CS6 & above): 5 Workspaces
by Marcial Reiley
Thanks. I especially like the bird songs in the background. :)

Re: Premiere Pro Basics (CS6 & above): 5 Workspaces
by Andrew Devis
Just a note: If you don't want PP to open in the workspace for the previous project open PP and go to Window>Workspaces and uncheck Import Workspace from projects. This will save having to reset the workspace each time you bring in a new project.

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