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  • noun The first graded print of an edited film combining sound and picture, which is created for the client to view and approve; his answer decides when the rest of the copies of the film are printed or not.


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  • (n): the first corrected print made from the A and B rolls, printed with the optical track. It is sometimes called a married print because it is the first time that picture and sound are wed together on the same piece of print stock. Further corrections in timing the next print is known as the Second Answer Print, followed by a Third Answer Print and so on.

    January 17, 2009