Assembly Dailies(redirected from dailies)
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In film, the best takes of two or more scenes shot on a day as put together by an editor. The editor may splice together several takes and scenes in order to create a relatively coherent assembly daily. Assembly dailies are the beginning of the editing process and are used in both television and cinema. They are also simply called dailies.