The video editor stores all edits you made to your recordings in a historical timeline. This allows you to move backward and forward within the timeline history to remove or restore past edits.
Key reasons to use this feature:
To view the edit history window, you will need to be editing a recording. From the Project Manager, click a recording. In the lower right window, click Edit Video or Edit Story.
Adding to the edit history is simply done by making edits. Each time you make an edit to your video it will be displayed in the history.
Now that you have these edits, you can move backward to an edit of your choosing. To revert to an older edit, simply select it in the list.
For example, select the Section Text Edited event.
In the image above you can see that the reversion is listed in the Edit History, as is the music that we added. Once we add a new edit after our reversion, the reversion is officially saved as a step in the timeline. Any edits between the item you reverted to and the actual reversion are effectively removed.
Yes. All edits are saved in the timeline (no deletions) so you can revert to any edit in the timeline. If you select a revert edit to revert to, it will be added to your timeline and you will continue from that selected revert point.
Can I delete edits in the timeline?
Yes. At the point in time that your recording is backed up in the secure vault, then your entire edit history is backed up with it. You can restore on a different computer with this extended update history.
The edit history of the last computer that had the recorder online will be backed up into the secure vault.