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date: 15 June 2024

digital editing (non-linear editing) 

A Dictionary of Film Studies

Annette Kuhn,

Guy Westwell

The joining together of film footage using computer technology (seeediting). Digital editing has been the industry standard since the 1990s and the best-known software package is called Avid; other commonly used packages include Final Cut and Premiere, which are popular with independent and amateur filmmakers and film students. Although it is increasingly common for films to be shot using ... ...

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