my time line disappears when I click on Effects

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Mar 28, 2022 Mar 28, 2022

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In Adobe Premiere Pro 2022.2 when I click on Effects my timeline disappears.  I have tried resetting my preferences but it did not help.

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Adobe Community Professional , Mar 28, 2022 Mar 28, 2022
You are changing to the Effects workspace, which is just a different arrangements of panels than the previous workspace. For whatever reason the Timeline Panel is not open in this one so you just need to open that. You can do that by double clicking on your Sequence in the Project Panel. For what it's worth: you do not need to change your workspace in order to do effects. You just need the Effects and Effect Controls Windows open, and they are already there in your first layout. I personally t...

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Mar 28, 2022 Mar 28, 2022

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Please make a screenrecording of the issue.

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You are changing to the Effects workspace, which is just a different arrangements of panels than the previous workspace. For whatever reason the Timeline Panel is not open in this one so you just need to open that. You can do that by double clicking on your Sequence in the Project Panel.

 

For what it's worth: you do not need to change your workspace in order to do effects. You just need the Effects and Effect Controls Windows open, and they are already there in your first layout. I personally think the workspaces bar generates some confusion early on for people and makes you think you need to be constantly changing your workspace in order to do something. Again, these are only different arrangements of the windows and panels in Premiere. You can make your own arrangement of panels and windows and save it as a custom workspace that will take care of 95% of all the needs you'll have. You can open all windows, including the Timeline Panel, from the Window menu at the top. Also note that you can change between all Workspaces from that menu as well in Window > Workspaces.

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