Note If you choose to show panel headers Window Show Docking Headers the name

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Note: If you choose to show panel headers (Window > Show Docking Headers), the name of this panel is My Project. The Timeline and Sceneline are different views of this panel. Info panel overview The Info panel (Window > Info) displays information about a selected item in the Project view of the Tasks panel or the Timeline or Sceneline. For clips, the Info panel displays information such as duration, in point, out point, and the location of the cursor. The information displayed may vary depending on factors such as the media type and the current panel. For example, the Info panel displays different sets of information for an empty space in the Timeline, a rectangle in the Title panel, and a clip in the Tasks panel.
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18 USING ADOBE PREMIERE ELEMENTS 10 Adobe Premiere Elements workspace Last updated 11/22/2011 In the Info panel, the Video entry indicates the frame rate, frame size, dimensions, and pixel aspect ratio; the Audio entry indicates the sample rate, bit depth, and channels. Customizing the workspace The workspace in Adobe Premiere Elements is highly customizable. You can add panels, as well as resize, move, hide, and group them to suit your working style. Modifications you make to the workspace remain intact until you modify or restore it to its original configuration. As you customize your workspace, Adobe Premiere Elements tracks the changes. When you save the project, the recent layout changes are also saved. The next time you open that project, Adobe Premiere Elements restores the saved layout that you had used. Display and hide docking headers Drop zones are areas in the workspace onto which you can drop or move panels. As you drag a panel, underlying drop zones become outlined. The highlighted drop zone shows where the panel will be inserted into the workspace. Dragging a panel to a drop zone at any of the edges of a panel results in docking . Note: To see the names of panels in the workspace, choose Window > Show Docking Headers. Each panel has a docking header containing its title, and sometimes, panel menu buttons. You drag the docking headers to drag panels to new locations. To save space on your screen, you can make the docking headers disappear; then, make them reappear when you need to use them. By default, docking headers are hidden. Do one of the following: To make docking headers appear, choose Window> Show Docking Headers. To make docking headers disappear, choose Window > Hide Docking Headers. Note: To access any of the commands in the panel menu when docking headers are hidden, right-click/ctrl-click in the panel. Display and hide panels To display a panel or make it active, choose its name from the Window menu or click its docking header, if visible. To expand or collapse a docked panel, click the triangle on its docking header. Only docked panels that are vertically aligned, sharing right and left borders, with another panel can be expanded or collapsed.
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