‘BGIL Studio’ is well equipped with all latest Machines/equipment for Offline and online editing  which is a  part of the post-production process of film making and television production in which raw footage are copied and edited, without affecting the camera original film stock-or video tape. Once the project has been completely offline edited, the original media will be assembled in the online editing stage.

Modern offline video editing is conducted in a non-linear editing(NLE) suite. The digital revolution has made the offline editing work flow process immeasurably quicker, as practitioners moved from time-consuming (video tape to tape) linear video editing online editing suites, to computer hardware and video editing software such as Adobe Premiere, Final Cut Pro (FCP), Avid, Sony Vegas, Light works and Video Pad. Typically, all the original footage (often tens or hundreds of hours) is digitized in to the suite at a low resolution. The editor and director are then free to work with all the options to create the final cut. ‘BGIL Studio’ has five such suites equipped with FCP and all other related hardware/software.

 

Online editing is a post-production linear video editing process that is performed in the final stage of a video production. It occurs after offline editing. For the most part online editing has been replaced by video editing software that operate on non-linear editing systems(NLE). High-end post production companies still use with NLE the Offline-Online Editing workflow.

The video quality first introduced with Avid’s Media Composer in 1989 was incapable of producing broadcast quality images due to computer processing limitations. The term ‘Online’ changed from its original meaning to where the pictures are re-assembled at full or ‘online’ resolution. An edit decision list (EDL) or equivalent is used to carry over the cuts and dissolves created during the offline edit. This conform is checked against a video copy of the offline edit to verify that the edits are correct and frame-accurate. This work print also provides a reference for any digital video effects that need to be added.</>

After conforming the project, the online editor will add visual effects, lower third titles, and apply color correction. This process is typically supervised by the client(s). The editor will also ensure that the program meets the technical delivery broadcast safe specs of the broadcaster, ensuring proper video levels, aspect ratio, and blanking width. Sometimes the online editor will package the show, putting together each version. Each version may have different requirements for the formatting (i.e. closed blacks), bumper music use of a commercial bumper, different closing credits, etc. Projects may be re-captured at the lowest level of video compression possible – ideally with no compression at all.