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Today, I will explain about the operation of each panel and docking.
Operation of Each Panel and Docking
Although Premiere Pro has many panels, they are docked and displayed as a group panel.
Panels can be moved freely like this by dragging.
Resize Panel by Dragging
You can freely resize the panel in this way by dragging the corners of the panel.
Dock One Panel to Another
Each panel can be docked in another panel by dragging the panel name part like this.
① You can dock a panel to the top by dragging it and releasing it above the other panel.
② You can dock a panel to the right by dragging it and releasing it to the right of another panel.
③ You can dock a panel to the left by dragging it and releasing it to the left of another panel.
④You can dock a panel to the bottom by dragging it and releasing it below the other panel.
You can dock the panel to the left side of the window by dragging it and releasing it on the left side of the window in this way.
Show Hidden Panel
For the panel group in the lower left panel where the panel name is not displayed
① Click here
② Select from the panel names displayed
You can display the panel.
Show Hidden Panel from Menu Bar
To open a panel that is not displayed on the screen, select the panel you want to open from the menu bar window
Close Open Panels
To close an open panel, right-click on the name of the panel you want to close and select Close Panel to close the panel.
Undocking The Panel
To undock a panel you can undock a panel by right-clicking on the panel name and selecting Undock Panel.
The undocked panel can be moved by dragging the top of the panel, and the size can be freely adjusted by dragging the right side, bottom side or bottom right side of the panel.
The undocked panel can be closed by clicking the cross button on the upper right.
Redock The Undocked Panel
In addition, the panel that has been undocked can be docked to another panel by dragging the panel name and releasing it on another panel.
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