Join Jason Osder for an in-depth discussion in this video The large timecode window, part of Premiere Pro Guru: Customizing Workspaces.
This one isn't so much of a full customization. It's really just to highlight an important window that can be helpful in a lot of phases of an editing project. That window is the time code window. And you can see here that what I've done is started with the default editing workspace and then brought up the time code window here Using the Window menu. This window, the timecode window, gets short shrift. It is incredibly useful, especially in larger interfaces with a lot of real estate or dual monitors.
Any time people are looking over your shoulder, giving you comments. It's so useful for everyone in the room to be able to see the timecode. So, I add this to a lot of my custom set-ups, especially if I have enough real estate to really give it the space it needs.
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- Highlighting the benefits of workspaces
- Changing between workspaces
- Revealing hidden windows
- Exploring the default workspaces
- Showing how keyboard shortcuts and workspaces interact
- Importing workspaces from other projects
- Exploring Jason's favorite workspaces
Skill Level Appropriate for all
Documentary Editing with Premiere Prowith Jason Osder3h 48m Intermediate
The Art of Color Correction: Artistic Color Grading on the Timelinewith Simon Walker2h 41m Appropriate for all
The Art of Color Correction: Color Grading for Locations and Times of Daywith Simon Walker2h 6m Appropriate for all
1. The Power of Workspaces
2. Exploring the Default Workspaces
3. Making the Most of Workspaces
4. Customizing Workspaces
5. Favorite Workspaces
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