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  • The final version consisted of the best half of two takes edited together.
  • His parts were edited out of the final cut of the film.
  • Their stories are edited together throughout the film, although some of the characters do not meet each other.
  • He trained her very well and also taught her ways to go about editing a film.
  • Colonel Robert also helped edit the book based on her life and career.
  • She later edited her father's letters and a collection of his poems.
  • Or did there used to be one and did that one got lost in a edit-war?
  • An edited version of their daily activities was broadcast each night.
  • After a few weeks at number one, an edit of the video was created.
  • After several weeks of debate, they decided to release an edited version.
  • All of the special effects were achieved during the recording, rather than editing.
  • The editing was eventually finished just ten minutes before the documentary was due to air.
  • A film may also be re-edited to produce an alternate version for other countries.
  • The studio edited out the power station equipment for the movie.
  • The song was re-recorded for the album, and cut down for a radio edit.
  • He and May began to fight more frequently in the editing room.
  • The editing gave it a very different tone than the films we were used to seeing.
  • When he edited the film, he found it a challenge to create the proper musical score.
  • It was a change made entirely during the title-card editing process.
  • Some sources state that the episode is an edited version, others that it was just a short episode.
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Meaning of edit

  • verb Prepare for publication or presentation by correcting, revising, or adapting
    Edit a book on lexical semantics, she edited the letters of the politician so as to omit the most personal passages
  • verb Supervise the publication of
    The same family has been editing the influential newspaper for almost 100 years
  • verb Cut and assemble the components of
    edit film, cut recording tape
  • verb Cut or eliminate
    she edited the juiciest scenes