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Rough Cut

In film, a stage in the production process in which a movie or television show is nearly complete but requires further editing.
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CCNP Security VPN Official Certification Guide Rough Cuts Edition (0132372053) November 2010
Throughout the week, attendees can enter daily drawings to win LiveLessons personal video training and Rough Cuts.
The Adobe CS4 titles releasing immediately as Rough Cuts include: Adobe Photoshop CS4 on Demand, Adobe Flash CS4 Professional on Demand, Adobe Dreamweaver CS4 on Demand, Adobe Illustrator CS4 on Demand, all by Steve Johnson, Perspection, Inc.
Additional CS4 Rough Cuts releasing later this year include: Sams Teach Yourself Adobe Creative Suite 4 All in One by Mordy Golding; Adobe InDesign CS4 on Demand by Steve Johnson, Perspection, Inc.
Through Safari Books Online Rough Cuts they get immediate access to the evolving manuscript and can interact with the author and editor, commenting and contributing to the book while it is developing.
Since launching the Rough Cuts content format in January 2006 with four titles, Safari Books Online has increased the average number of titles that are available at any given time to more than 20 and expects this number to increase significantly in the coming year.
Many of the book titles covered by Rough Cuts offer new technical ideas for which little or no documentation exists.
During post-production, supervisors can monitor the concurrent development of rough cuts, audio post, effects, and titles without waiting for overnight deliveries.
Next, the Virage software allows the "Basic Training" production team to quickly assemble and share low-resolution rough cuts of each episode, enabling development of the script and collaboration on the shows prior to entering the edit bay.
Pirated digital dailies, rough cuts, and early releases of content threaten the artist and brand image, as well as revenue.
With Screening Room, users can automatically capture video; browse visual summaries (called "storyboards"); catalog content using metadata, annotations, closed caption text, and voice sound tracks; search for precise video clips using text and image clues; and create rough cuts and "Edit Decision Lists" for further production; and publish those video assets to the Web for streaming.