I'm finding the way Resolve handles undos a bit confusing, even after reading about them in the manual. Are undos only isolated to one grade at a time? For example, you can't make a bunch of changes in the colour section, to your entire movie and then undo through them, right?
When I am parked on a grade and hitting undo, it will just keep going and going, not telling me when it's gone back as far as it can. What I have to do is call up the waveform and then just keep hitting undo until I see no change in the waveform. Then I redo until I see a change and then hit undo again.
Am I doing something wrong? I think Resolve may need to guide the user through undos and redos better than it does.
unless it has changed in recent versions, I believe every node has its own set of undos. So hitting undo on a shot you haven't actually tweaked in some time can become quite confusing, as you could be undoing something you did hours before.
If i have two nodes, and i change 3 things in node 1...then jump to node 2 and change 2 things, then jump back to node 1
and hit undo, it undoes (?) the last thing i did to node 1, not the last thing i did on my sequence.
This would appear to me to be un-sequential. (not sure how many words i can make up here)
I think undos only affect the entire sequence when in Edit mode and only affect the parked-on clip in colour mode. Park on a clip in colour mode and hit undo dozens of times - it will not undo colour corrections on other shots.