prerelease

pre·re·lease

 (prē′rĭ-lēs′)
n.
Something released before an official or scheduled date.
adj.
Of or relating to an interval preceding an official or scheduled release: a prerelease demonstration of a product; a prison prerelease program.
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prerelease

(ˌpriːrɪˈliːs)
n
(Marketing) (of film, recording, or software) a release before general release
vb (tr)
(Film) to release a film before its general release
adj
of the period before the release of (a film, a prisoner, software, a recording)
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