CLIP STUDIO PAINT is used by many professional graphics content creators, including illustrators, manga artists and animation studios. It is also used in classes at over 50 universities and other specialist schools.
Once finished sequences are exported from the compositing program, visuals are assembled in a non-linear editor such as Premiere Pro or Adobe Media Composer. (Some studios may still be using Final Cut Pro 7, though I doubt any are using Final Cut Pro X -- the magnetic timeline simply doesn't work well with anime workflows.) The pencil tests are initially used to time out each cut and to work on audio, and then those shots are gradually replaced with the final composited versions once they're finished. If a final tweak needs to be made, modern workflows can usually accommodate changes to even individual cels without throwing everything off. 2b1af7f3a8