Copies of the original film or video used as a reference during the sound and/or picture editing process or a linear editing system. Also used during sweetening. The workprint is usually the first print made of the camera negative with all or selected takes included in their entirety, slates and all, also called dailies. (2) The edited dailies of a film in an assemblyrough cut or fine cut. Workprint is often loosely used to refer to all the edited materials, including magnetic film tracks, etc. A film copy, usually black-and-white, is sometimes referred to as a slop print, and is used to save stress of repeated rollback during the mix on the much-spliced workprint. Workprints include Acmade edge numbers and key numbers. Video copies with BITC are known as window dubs.

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