ScreenFlow terms


A command to redo the last undone action.

What is Redo in ScreenFlow?

Redo in ScreenFlow is a feature that allows users to reverse their last undo action. This is particularly useful when editing videos or images, as it allows users to experiment with different edits without the fear of making irreversible changes. If a user makes an edit and then decides they don't like it, they can use the undo function to remove it. However, if they then decide they actually did like the edit, they can use the redo function to bring it back.

The redo function in ScreenFlow is typically found in the edit menu, often represented by a curved arrow pointing to the right. It's a common feature in many software applications and is a crucial tool for efficient and flexible editing. It's worth noting that the redo function will only work if an undo action has been performed prior to it. If no undo action has been performed, the redo function will be unavailable.

How to redo an action in ScreenFlow?

To redo an action in ScreenFlow, you need to use the redo command which is available in the "Edit" menu. After performing an action, if you've undone something and want to redo it, simply go to the "Edit" menu at the top of the ScreenFlow interface, and select "Redo". The shortcut for this command is "Shift + Command + Z" on a Mac.

It's important to note that the redo function will only work to redo the very last action that was undone. If multiple actions were undone, you would have to use the redo command multiple times to redo all of the actions. Also, the redo command will not be available if no actions have been undone.

How to undo and redo edits in ScreenFlow?

In ScreenFlow, undoing and redoing edits is a straightforward process. To undo an edit, you simply need to go to the "Edit" menu at the top of the screen and select "Undo". Alternatively, you can use the keyboard shortcut Command + Z. This will undo the last action you performed. If you want to undo multiple actions, you can continue to select "Undo" or press Command + Z until you've undone all the desired actions.

To redo an action that you've undone, you can go to the "Edit" menu and select "Redo". The keyboard shortcut for this function is Command + Shift + Z. Just like with undoing, you can redo multiple actions by continuing to select "Redo" or pressing the keyboard shortcut until you've redone all the actions you want. Remember, the redo function will only work on actions that have been undone.

What is the shortcut for redo in ScreenFlow?

ScreenFlow is a popular video editing and screen recording software for Mac. However, it doesn't have a specific keyboard shortcut for the redo function. Instead, you can access the redo function from the menu bar at the top of the screen. You can find it under the "Edit" menu, where you'll see the option for "Redo".

It's important to note that the availability of the redo function depends on whether there's an action to redo. If you haven't undone any action, the redo option will be greyed out. If you frequently use the redo function, you might want to check if ScreenFlow allows you to customize keyboard shortcuts to create a specific one for redo.

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