It depends on what effects were used and how you applied them. Throw us some details.
Some FX have a reset button. Looks like a circular arrow usually.
Easy way is to delete the applied Effect and re appply it.
You also have "History" and Undos.
If you had a forced quit... your work would not have saved and resetting / undoing an effect wont be much use anyway.
You really, really need to fix the crashing. It aint normal experience.
Learn as you go Adobe.
No one was genetically implanted with the "adobe knowledge".
(except... maybe Jim)
I vaguely remember when Jim showed up. I don't recall him being quite as effective at helping people back then as he is now. I certainly learned as I went. That is how I ended up on the forums in the first place. I imagine it is the same story for all of us. I can't imagine an expert at something looking for a place to show off his knowledge, or being so generous that he visits the forums to bless us with his charity. We showed up to ask a question, stayed to ask more, started to realize we could answer some of the questions after a while and BAM! We were hooked.
I went cold turkey for a few years, but I got pulled back in and I almost instantly went back to at least an hour a day habit.
And yes, just delete the effect and start over.
The problem is, that could undo all the correction, not just the second round. (Which, of course, may be the only option here. We'll have to see if my questions get answered.)
You guys are great. Thanks so much. Yes, the force quit forced the changes. There is so much for me to learn it's almost unbearable.
After the color correction fiasco, I decided I should create a test project for learning about effects etc. So I did and hooked up with Lynda.com. While going through his sessions (last night and this morning) on color correction, I never had one freeze or crash. I'm beginning to think it's something I'm doing (pushing the process or doing something not supported or confusing to the program) So basically, I was able to fix the corrections I didn't like with the new information from Lynda instead of deleting them. Now I'm jazzed to know more of what I"m doing.
Who knows, I may end up being addicted to this as well. The sharing is awesome! (How do you stay up on new posts here?)
(How do you stay up on new posts here?)
Come back every day. Set up a bookmark in your browser to make it easy.
Jim. I have a new question. I can't figure out how to ask a new question. (Post new topic?) I've searched high and low. Last time I just kind of piggy backed on someone elses question. I'm pretty sure that's bad form. Can you help me figure it out?
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