Im currently uploading my first ruff film draft to Youtube. Did a little research and found out that technically what Ive uploaded is a workprint.
A workprint is a rough version of a motion picture, used by the film editor(s) during the editing process. Such copies generally contain original recorded sound that will later be re-dubbed, stock footage as placeholders for missing shots or special effects, and animation tests for in-production animated shots or sequences.
For most of the first century of filmmaking, workprints were done using second-generation prints from the original camera negatives. After the editor and director approved of the final edit of the workprint, the same edits were made to the negative. With the conversion to digital editing, workprints are now generally created on a non-linear editing system using telecined footage from the original film or video sources (in contrast to a pirate “telecine“, which is made with a much higher-generation film print). Occasionally, early digital workprints of films have been bootlegged and made available on theInternet.