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Final Cut Pro Revert Function

Thumbnail image for revert.pngOf all the Final Cut Pro functions Revert is one of the most misunderstood. The Revert function will take your Final Cut Pro project to the configuration it was at the last time it was saved. Too often Final Cut Pro users confuse the Revert function for the Restore function. When Final Cut Pro unexpectedly closes from power outage or unknown factor, and then is reopened, the Revert function is not available, because the project opens in the last saved configuration. This is the time to use the Restore function.

Saving Final Cut Pro frequently is something that everyone who has every lost any work knows they could have done more frequently. Command S should be a reflex action, and after every set of edits we should be letting that reflex happen. The time that you don't want to save is when you have an "idea" that you want to try. If you save before trying your idea, you will be able to Revert if it doesn't work out. That is a great way to use the Revert function.


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