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Lesson 1. Getting to Know the Work Area > Working with the Monitor window

Working with the Monitor window

In addition to the Timeline, you can assemble clips in the Monitor window, which includes the Source view and the Program view:

  • The Source view displays a single clip. You use the Source view to prepare a clip for inclusion in the video program or to edit a clip you've opened from the video program.

  • The Program view displays the current state of the video program you are building. When you play the video program in Premiere, it appears in the Program view. You can think of it as an alternate view of the Timeline—the Timeline displays a time-based view of your video program, and the Program view displays a frame-based view of your video program.


    A. Source view B. Source controls C. Program view D. Target controls E. Source controller F. Controls for inserting a source clip into existing Timeline track G. Program controller



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