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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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"Rough Cuts was a natural outgrowth of what we had been doing in a more secretive manner," says Mike Hendrickson, associate publisher for the Open Tech eXchange division at O'Reilly.
John Chodacki, director of product management for Safari Books Online's Rough Cuts, says that this collaborative concept of the online book-in-progress program emerged during a conversation he had with Tim O'Reilly about the Long Tail phenomenon.
When showing dailies and rough cuts was a big part of his business, he was commonly asked, "What do you think of the film?"
We're running the machine's spindle at its top-end rpm's, we've increased our initial rough cut feed rate by 20%, eliminated a secondary rough cut altogether, enhanced dimensional accuracy by reducing heat distortion, improved part surface finish, and, as an added bonus, eliminated part discoloration caused by coolant interaction with the workpiece material.
Written by Narinder Dhami after watching rough cuts of the movie, it is a fresh and funny story about an Asian girl, Jesminder (right), who loves the beautiful game.
Whitney had to oversee these rough cuts and make sure that Bob and Margaret's creators' notes were diligently applied to any problem areas in an episode.
Tool Size Table Drill, Endmill Recommended volume gpm(*) Less than 0.5[inch] 5 0.500[inch] to 1[inch] 8 1[inch] to 1.25[inches] 10 1.25[inches] to 2.5[inches] 20 2.5[inches] to 4[inches] 35 Lathe Tools Finish cuts/light rough cuts 5 Finish cuts/light to medium rough cuts 8 Finish cuts/medium rough cuts 10 Finish cuts/heavy rough cuts 20 Finishing cuts/extra heavy rough cuts 35 * If machine has multiple outlets, the recommended volume is for each tool.
His days are packed with reviewing scripts, attending rehearsals and tapings, watching rough cuts and conducting meetings.