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In television post-production, an intermediate editing stage (coming after an offline edit and before an online edit) where a low-quality sequence is recreated at a higher quality resolution, according to a set of instructions contained in a timeline or edit decision list. This edit is called a conform because the high-quality sequence must exactly match (or conform to) the low-quality one. While many rushes tapes may have been shot and used in the offline edit, the conform only uses the footage that is referenced in the final sequence.

Subjects: Media Studies.

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