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Lesson 1. Introduction to Online and Off... > Basic Principles of Offline and Onli...

Basic Principles of Offline and Online Editing

In an offline workflow, you use temporary low-resolution clips during the creative editing process. Once you have locked picture, you recapture the edited sequence at a higher resolution for final output. Whenever you are editing with clips at your project’s final output resolution, you are using an online workflow. Many projects will begin with low-resolution clips, edit using an offline workflow, and move to an online workflow for the final finishing process. Some genres—such as documentary, film, and episodic television—begin with an offline workflow and finish with an online workflow. Other genres, such as news and live television, use online workflows exclusively.

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Locked picture means that the edit is final. The edited sequence is complete; no changes will be made to the edited sequence after this point.



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