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Tip #1621: Create Custom Workspaces

Larry Jordan – LarryJordan.com

Custom layouts are easy to create and keep using Workspaces.

Window > Workspaces submenu.

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You can create an unlimited number of custom interface workspaces in Premiere. Here’s how.

  • Drag the vertical or horizontal borders between panels to resize panels.
  • Add new panels from the Windows menu.
  • Rearrange things as much as you want.
  • Then, choose Window > Workspaces > Save as New Workspace to save your work.

EXTRA CREDIT

To reset a workspace to its default setting, select it so it is displayed in Premiere. Then, choose Window > Workspaces > Reset to Saved Layout.


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2 Comments
  1. Mike Janowski
    Mike Janowski says:

    When will Adobe Premiere developers FINALLy realize that Workspace settings are a USER function, and NOT a project function? How many others out there are sick and tired of having to go into their janky workspace editor to delete “Joe’s profile” whenever they open another editor’s project, and Premiere decides that THAT’s the workspace I want to use?

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    • Larry Jordan
      Larry Jordan says:

      Mike:

      This is a great comment. All my Premiere projects are solo efforts, so the behavior of workspaces is what I expect. However, for editors that collaborate, your comment makes a LOT of sense.

      Larry

      Reply

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