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#1 Ckulakov

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Posted 30 December 2005 - 01:11 AM

Dear Filmmakers,

In most Hollywood films is the sound recorded on the set while the film cameras are recording the image and later they are put together, OR is it later re-recorded in a studio and synced to look as thgough it was done at the same time?

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#2 Trevor Greenfield

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Posted 30 December 2005 - 01:21 AM

Dear Filmmakers,

In most Hollywood films is the sound recorded on the set while the film cameras are recording the image and later they are put together, OR is it later re-recorded in a studio and synced to look as thgough it was done at the same time?

PLEAS EXPLAIN



Both. On set recording happens when it is practical to do so, otherwise it is done ADR. On set recording is of course, better, when you can do it. Generally speaking though even if a production knows that the on set recording will be unusable they might attempt to do so anyway as it will make ADR that much easier.
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