Final editing or assemble using the original master tapes to produce a finished program ready for distribution. Usually preceded by off-line editing. In some cases, programs go directly to the online editing suite. Usually associated with high-quality computer editing and digital effects.
The final editing process in which the final video cut is merged with titles, sound effects and other special effects.
Electronic editing performed in a fully equipped edit suite using the original master tapes to produce a final edited master tape that is ready for broadcast or distribution.
Final editing session, the stage of post-production in which the edited master tape is assembled from the original production footage, usually under the direction of an edit decision list (EDL).
the final electronic assembly of an infomercials diverse production elements on high-end, top quality equipment at expensive hourly rates. The off-line edit version is generally translated directly to the on-line edit session for mastering on 1 inch video tape.
Edit points set and previewed and placed on original video footage to generate the master.