Work print   

An untimed print of the negative (no adjustments made for colour balance, etc.) which is struck for editing purposes only. For film mixes, the work print may be used during the mix, in which case it must be double spliced (joints taped on both sides of the film).  For mixes, film music recording, ADR sessions and occaisionally foley sessions, streamers (lines which move horizontally across the screen) may be drawn on the work print to indicate cues or punches (light flashes from holes in the frame) made.