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so i'm dead new to this whole editing thing and I've chosen to learn with premiere pro so I'm currently going off courses and youtube videos. I've come to notice that others have the same layout but a lot of different tabs and features in different places, kinda makes it hard for me to learn and figure things out. Moral of the story I would like to find out where the effects tab is on this system. I've already found effect controls in window but not effects in the project section which leads to stuff like video effects, audio transitions, video transitions, and more 

 

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Adobe Community Professional , Mar 05, 2021 Mar 05, 2021
You can find all of the panels you need, even if they're not open in your current workspace under the "Window" menu. The "Effects" panel can also be called up with the keyboard shortcut "Shift+7."

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You can find all of the panels you need, even if they're not open in your current workspace under the "Window" menu. The "Effects" panel can also be called up with the keyboard shortcut "Shift+7."

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Thanks for the post, David. The pro tip here is "use keyboard shortcuts." I think that learning the shortcuts for calling up pieces of the interface you use most frequently is great workflow advice.

 

Thanks, my friend!
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YouTube shmutube ... there's some good stuff out there, yea, but a ton of horridly bad ways to do things.

 

Lynda.com has many good PrPro courses, and a couple months subscription will move you very far along. Pay the upeper level so you can download the course content and work along.

 

FMC Training is another one, very pro-level training and more expensive.

 

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