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Learn How to Adjust Panels and Save a Custom Workspace in Adobe Production Studio
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Now, if you remember Part 1 when I gave you a quick overview of the new user interface in Adobe Production Studio, you remember I discussed the new docking panels interface.
So, Adobe Audition has all those features that I showed in after effects. So, go ahead and take your mouse and drag it to the intersection of the mixer panel and the files panel, just like I have it here. And then, hold down your mouse button and drag a left to right, and the panels resize interactively, and we have seen this all before but just does a refresher and also as reminder, you can take any of the panels and rearrange them, and then save your user interface configuration as a workspace.
So, let us try that really quickly with the Time panel. Go ahead down to where it says Time, right over here, and take the little five dots to the left of the word Time, hold down your mouse button, and now, let us drag that to the drop zone right here at the top of the files panel. And once it is there, go ahead and release your mouse.
And now you can see, my Time panel has been relocated to above my Files panel. This is where I personally like to have it so I can see my time code very clearly at all times, and then of course, we can go ahead and say this is a workspace. So, let us go back to our workspace menu in the upper right hand corner. Go ahead and pull that down, and depending on whether or not you have actually created your own workspaces, your workspace menu might look different than mine right here. That is just a function the fact that you can save as many workspaces as you want inside of Adobe Audition 2.0.
And now, let us go down and select new workspace, okay?
Let us call this New Mixing Workspace. Click Okay, and now the workspace has been saved.