Use the Editing tools in Lustre to make modifications to your cuts, for example, to move, trim, cut, delete or replace shots. You can also add dissolves between shots, perform a confidence check, or use scene detection. Typically, you perform editing operations before colour grading. In this way, the colourist works on only the frames that are destined for the final master.
Perform a confidence check to detect changes in scenes. A confidence check is a process in which you manually compare the frames in an assembled EDL to frames captured from an offline digital cut. With a confidence check, you ensure that the scanned film frames match the frames that were edited together during the offline edit. This is an important step in guaranteeing that the final colour-graded timeline is in sync with the audio that appears in the final edited master.
With scene detection, you can take a long captured shot that spans multiple scenes and automatically introduce splices each time the scene changes. You can then grade the new shots separately. Do this, for example, when you are capturing a final edited HD master into Lustre for colour grading.