International Ocean Discovery Program (IODP) Expedition 363 recovered extended Neogene to Quaternary carbonate- and clay-rich sedimentary successions at Site U1482 (15°3.32ʹS, 120°26.10ʹE; 1466 m water depth), drilled at the southwestern edge of the Indo-Pacific Warm Pool off northwest Australia. Four holes were drilled with the advanced piston corer (APC) system at this site and deepened with the half-length APC (HLAPC) and extended core barrel (XCB) systems. A shipboard splice, from 0 to 451.26 m core composite depth below seafloor (CCSF), was established. After the expedition, the cores were scanned at high-resolution (1–2 cm) using an Avaatech X-ray fluorescence (XRF) core scanner. Scanning was performed along the shipboard splice with approximately 1 m overlap at the splice tie points for verification. Based on this new data set, we revised nine of the original splice tie points. The revised splice for Site U1482 now extends to 445.11 m revised CCSF and is available from the IODP Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS) database.