Last updated on 21 July 2022
Making mistakes while editing videos and projects in any form of video editing software is very common. If you do this for a living or as a regular hobby, then you’ll be using the undo feature every day. We’ll show you how to undo in DaVinci Resolve with ease, with no convoluted steps or methods. Straight to the point.
Regardless of how good you are at video editing, it’s wise to accept that everyone makes mistakes. But thankfully, with DaVinci Resolve, we can undo our mistakes with the press of a button or by selecting a specific option.
The easiest method to undo in DaVinci Resolve is by hitting (Ctrl + Z) on Windows or (Cmd + Z) on Mac. Alternatively, you can navigate to “Edit > Undo“. This does the exact same thing. It’s as simple as that.
Undo in DaVinci Resolve – detailed guide
We’ll show how to navigate to the undo feature in DaVinci Resolve in the case that you’re not amazing with technology.
We’ll also further talk about how you can undo certain editing changes within the DaVinci Resolve software so that if you’re making a number of changes to a single clip, you aren’t losing all your clip adjustments.
Finding the “Undo” option
We’ve marked exactly where you can find undo in DaVinci Resolve in the image below. Just go to “Edit” > “Undo“.
How to Redo in DaVinci Resolve
Redoing your edits in DaVinci Resolve is almost the exact same method. Navigate to “Edit” > “Redo“. This will revert back any changes you’ve made with the undo tool.
Undoing is an incredibly easy task to do in DaVinci Resolve. It’s essentially the same process you use for most other pieces of software but with DaVinci Resolve, you need to keep a few things in mind, especially when it comes to editing keyframes in your clips.