Customizing Exposure’s Workspace

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Customizing your workspace in Exposure is a great way to improve your editing efficiency. By manipulating the arrangement and visibility of Exposure’s panels for your specific workflow, you can put the tools you need at your fingertips, and hide any panels that you won’t use. Doing this will help you stay in the creative editing zone as you work.

Watch our latest quick tip video and learn about the customization options available to you in Exposure’s user interface. You’ll hear advice about how to configure Exposure’s panels, such as using Solo mode when editing on a smaller monitor. Regardless of your editing scenario, you can structure Exposure’s workspace how you’d like it to be. Check out the video and learn how to make Exposure’s layout perfect for your editing needs.

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