Definitions for "COMPOSITE PRINT"
While the mix is in progress, a technician, called the 'negative cutter', splices the film. During this process, the negative, untouched since it was first developed, is cut to exact specifications. This is called the 'work print.' The stock is then combined with the film's scoring track, and they are printed together to produce the "composite print".
This is a print that features both images and audio.
Print with a images and sound on the same strip of film.