work print


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work print

[′wərk ‚print]
(graphic arts)
The first print of a motion picture; used for preliminary screening and editing.
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The research also revealed that almost half of professionals at home print more than 30 pages per week, while nearly 40 per cent of professionals at work print more than 100.
Beyond the negative cutting room (into which no man was ever allowed) and separated from it by the men's lavatory (into which no woman ever penetrated) was the lab entrance, to which rushes and opticals were delivered and from which fresh work prints were received.
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A recent study by IRI on behalf of Lexmark revealed that two thirds of Europe's professionals at home and half of professionals at work print mainly in black.
Prosecutors said Gonzalez, using his home computer, made a digital copy of the work print on which the movie's special effects, graphics and soundtrack were not in final form.
The film crew in India could only view rushes two to four weeks after filming, as the negative had to be shipped to London for processing, and then a work print sent back to India for screening in a rented movie theater.
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