In filmmaking, rough cut is the second of the three stages of offline editing. Rough Cut is technically the first edited version of a movie, a "montage cut".
A ready-made draft of a written document, which is an "almost finished" version that has not yet gone through the final stages of editing, is equivalent to a film.
A rough cut is usually longer than the cut that the director intended for the final version. Because it has not yet been brought to the cinema standards and has not gone through the meticulous editing and cutting process of the final stages of editing.
Also, a rough cut may have some abrupt transitions, differences in volume or quality, or footage that still needs color correction. After the Rough Editing is edited, the Final Cut phase is started.
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