outtake definition

  • noun:
    • A section or scene, at the time of a movie, which filmed however used in the ultimate version.
    • a whole version, as of a recording, this is certainly dropped and only another version.
    • An opening for outward discharge; a vent.
    • a percentage of a recording (a take) which is not within the final form of a film or a musical record, frequently because it includes a mistake.
    • a whole version of a recording or film that is fallen in preference of another variation, reject.
    • An opening for outward release, vent.
    • a percentage of a recorded performance that is eradicated into the modifying process and it is perhaps not included in the last commercial presentation. The recording is audio or artistic or both, it is generally of a film or tv overall performance. Outtakes frequently consist of blunders or reduced quality activities, and quite often blunders. The second kind are now and again provided individually to the general public for entertainment.
    • a scene that's filmed it is maybe not used in the last modifying associated with film
  • verb:
    • To take out, remove.
    • To except.
  • preposition:
    • except; besides.
    • Except.
  • others:
    • to obtain; except.
    • Except; besides.

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