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Tip #1245: What is the Assembly Workspace?

Larry Jordan – LarryJordan.com

The Assembly workspace focuses on clips and story-telling.

(Image courtesy of Jim Walker and Lobsters Gone Wild Productions.)
The Assembly workspace is designed for fast review and rough-cut editing.

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You’ve seen the text button in the Workspaces list at the top of Premiere Pro: Assembly. But what is this workspace and how do you use it?

PremiumBeat.com describes it as: “A workspace layout that has a large Project area with the Program & Source Monitors sharing [the same] space. This is a handy workspace if you like to use Premiere Pro’s Hover Scrub, then set In & Out and use shortcuts to quickly Insert or Overwrite edit. As the name suggests, this workspace is designed for quickly creating a rough cut in Premiere Pro.”

Here’s a detailed article from PremiereBro.com on workspaces in Premiere.


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1 reply
  1. Janowski Michael
    Janowski Michael says:

    When the developers at Adobe FINALLY figure out that Workspaces are USER settings, and NOT settings attached to a project, that will be a red-letter day for us all. It is most irritating to open a prproj file only to have the screen rearrange itself into “Timmy’s Big Timeline”, or some other arrangement that I have no desire to see or use.

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