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Using Undo and Redo

Experimentation is a major part of the video creation process, which means trying and discarding lots of options. Studio makes this process painless with an exhaustive Undo/ Redo feature that saves up to 64 edit decisions made since the project was loaded for the current editing session. You can even save your project file and then undo previous edit decisions (a rare option in my experience) and, of course, redo them all if you change your mind again. Note that the redo and undo functions don't work on a movie once you've rendered it and output it to AVI, MPEG, or some other digital video format.

To undo an edit

  • To undo the immediately preceding edit that you've made, do one of the following:

    • Click the Undo icon in the upper-right corner of the Studio interface (Figure 2.18).

      Figure 2.18. Video requires lots of experimentation, so Studio gives you several options if you change your mind, such as an Undo icon.


    • Select Edit > Undo.

    • Press Ctrl+Z on your keyboard to activate the Undo keyboard shortcut.

    Studio will undo the last edit—in this case, an inserted clip.

    Note that Studio stores edits sequentially, so if you want to undo the third previous edit, you must first undo the two most recent edits.


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