This stands for digital imaging technician. This person works in collaboration with the cinematographer and the editor to organize all the raw files of the footage while on set and create a manageable workflow for the editor when he receives the footage. During production, after the digital memory card of the camera is full, the 2nd AC will bring the card to the DIT for him/her to load onto the main hard drive. From there, the DIT will transcode the footage and organize/label the files in a manner that’s best suited for the editor.
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