What I clearly said to the reporter, is I wish I had more time to edit the film, specifically the third act.
Headed west to edit the venerable Hollywood Reporter, the former Us Weekly star will face a challenge from upstart websites.
The result was a new content management application that allowed users to edit and contribute to a Web page.
The filmmakers said they thought of Jarecki when they were ready to edit their footage.
Explain to readers how you film and edit all parts together - from the looks of the video, it seems near impossible!
Moreover, Maspero has given a current translation in the "Contes Populaires," 2nd edit.
I look to my editor to edit me—and to my illustrator to pull me through.
He continued to edit Irish literature, to write on literature and fairy-lore for the magazines.
For an account of the author, see the Biographia Britannica, edit.
Row's Continuation of Blair's Autobiography, pp. 505, 506, edit.
Use of some kind of editor program to modify a document. Also used to refer to the modification itself, e.g. "my last edit only made things worse".
To edit something usually implies that the changes will persist for some time, usually by saving the edited document to a file, though one might open an editor, create a new document in memory, print it and exit without saving it to disk.
Editing is normally done by a human but see, e.g., sed.