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In television post-production, typically a time-consuming process in which sequences are assembled from shots taken from uncut rushes (or other sources) in order to produce a final offline cut which is then submitted to a producer or commissioning editor for approval. This is all done at non-broadcast quality to save money. If the cut is approved, an EDL and digicut are created which are then used to remake the programme at broadcast quality in a conform.

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