ASSEMBLY EDIT

An edit wherein all existing signals on a tape, if any, are replaced with new signals. Assembly edits cannot be used for editing because since they erase the control track portion of the video tape. Importantly, this only happens at the end of the newly-recorded section — the start of the new video begins tidily and appears as an instant cut from one shot to the next.  With the advent of digital intermediate (“DI”), the physical negative does not necessarily need to be physically cut and hot spliced together; rather the negative is optically scanned into the computer(s) and a cut list is confirmed by a DI editor.

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