Touring the interface


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Touring the interface

The Premiere Elements 9 workspace is organized to make it easier for you to create excellent videos. It's divided into three parts. The Monitor panel, the My Project panel, and the Tasks panel. I will give you a tour of each panel. Let me show you the panels'names, and where you can see the names is by going Window > Show Docking Headers and there are the names. Monitor, Tasks, and My Project. Now I don't normally work with these three things opened, because they consume real estate, and I just as soon as have more image area when I'm working with it.

But the reason they're visible is that you can access these little panel fly-out menus. When I click them you can see that this panel has two items in the fly-out menu: Safe Margins and the Playback Settings. If I right-click inside the panel, opening up in the context menu it's called, there are those two things in the context menu. I don't really need to access this menu. The only menu that is an exception to th...

Touring the interface
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Touring the interface provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Jeff Sengstack as part of the Premiere Elements 9 Essential Training

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Video
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Premiere Elements
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