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Chapter 5. Basic Editing > Using Undo and Redo

Using Undo and Redo

Undo and Redo are powerful editing tools. Undo allows you to try an edit and then view it. You can undo it if you don't like it or if you made a mistake. Feeling freer to try something knowing that you can simply undo it is a good idea. Because you are using a computer, use this tool at will. It's truly one of the advantages of using a nonlinear editing system. You'll find that you feel more confident in your “tryouts.” You activate Undo by selecting Edit, Undo or by pressing Cmd+Z.

Redo does the opposite. It lets you toggle between two edits in the Timeline or quickly go back if you have undone one or more edits and you want to keep them the way they were earlier. You activate Redo by selecting Edit, Redo or by pressing Shift+Cmd+Z.


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