Rough cut

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As a rough cut , and rough cut , the first selection and arrangement is referred to the rotated film material. The rough cut results in the first cut version of a film and is in no way to be equated with a director's cut , since the rough cut is usually still too long and usually does not contain any visual effects , music or dubbing . The result, however, serves as a first clue for the rhythm to be found. The fine cut follows immediately after the rough cut or the rough cut acceptance .

An exemplary rough cut, which is even commercially available on DVD , roughly represents the special edition of the film Alien 3 , which was published in the so-called Alien Quadrilogy . Although previously unused material was merged with material that had been post-produced , the version gives an idea of ​​the difficult cut process.