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*'''[[Non-linear editing]]''' *'''[[Non-linear editing]]'''
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 +*'''[[Digital video recorder]]'''
 +*'''[[Electronic News Gathering]]'''
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Offline editing is the film and television post-production process in which raw footage is copied and edited, without affecting the camera original film or tape. Once a programme has been completed in offline, the original media will be conformed, or on-lined, in the online editing stage.
Offline editing is the film and television post-production process in which raw footage is copied and edited, without affecting the camera original film or tape. Once a programme has been completed in offline, the original media will be conformed, or on-lined, in the online editing stage.

Offline editing is the film and television post-production process in which raw footage is copied and edited, without affecting the camera original film or tape. Once a programme has been completed in offline, the original media will be conformed, or on-lined, in the online editing stage.


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