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Chapter 3. Editing Fundamentals > Working with the Workspace

Working with the Workspace

Efficiency is the key to improving your technique. Premiere allows you to set up whichever windows and tools you want to be visible (or hidden), depending on the editing task you are performing. This configuration of windows is called the workspace. Creating these customizable workspaces allows you to quickly access the windows necessary for specific tasks while hiding windows that are unnecessary at the current time, thus saving you a tremendous amount of time. For tasks you perform regularly, such as digitizing, editing, audio mixing, and applying effects, creating an individual workspace for each of these tasks allows you to open all the necessary windows and tools you prefer to have open (and closing unnecessary windows to avoid cluttering up the screen), all with one click of the mouse. Now that's efficiency at its best! Utilizing these types of techniques is what separates the professional editor from the novice.

You can select one of Premiere's default workspaces:


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