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The Revert Project Command in Final Cut Pro 5

It is not uncommon among editors to have the urge to try something new or to shift gears and go in a completely new direction while in the midst of a creative project. The curiosity of a new pathway, the willingness to come out of your safety zone is a great trait for an editor, but may I suggest that you make a copy of your present sequence before venturing off into the unknown and be aware of the Revert Project Command feature?

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The Revert Project Command in Final Cut Pro Pro is a handy tool that will allow you to return the project to the state that it was in the last time you saved it. This is good for testing new waters, but not for diving in. Keep in mind that the Auto Save feature in Final Cut Pro is not saving the actual project, but storing a copy of it for later restoration. So, you should not solely rely on a last ditch effort to recover your work, such as the Auto Save feature provides, for saving your work. Instead, get into the habit of frequently manually saving your work. This practice would render the Revert Project Command less practical for making drastic changes and reverting back to its previous saved state. With all this being said, it is still an excellent tool for giving you the freedom to play with a few new ideas!

1 Click on the project's tab that you are working in that is located in the Timeline.

2 Go to File > Rever Project.

3 Click OK.

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