Check out Bas Rutten's Liver Shot on MMA Surge: http://bit.ly/MMASurgeEp1 When you're working in a Pro Tools session, you can use Apple+Z or Edit--Undo to undo your last action. This can be a helpful tool if you've made edits without saving the previous version and want to return to it.? However, it's important to know that Pro Tools has a limit on the number of actions you can undo. In Pro Tools 9, you can only undo up to 32 edits. Earlier versions allow up to 16 undos.? When you edit a session, Pro Tools keeps a record of every action you make.?Your computer stores all this information so that you can easily access it.?While this can be helpful for reverting to previous versions, it also uses up memory and processing on your computer.? If your computer has limited RAM, or you want to speed up your overall program performance, lowering the number of undos can save RAM and make it run faster. ? To do this, go to Setup--Preferences to open the Preferences window. Select the Editing tab. At the bottom, find the Levels of Undo box.? The default number of undos is the maximum, 32, but you can lower this to any number you want. Remember that the lower the number of undos, the faster your program will run. Click OK to save your changes. Read more by visiting our page at: http://www.mahalo.com/courses/learn-pro-tools-9-part-2/audio-editing-basics/set-levels-of-undo//
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