What is the best way to dub dialogue?
Post Production Audio
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Posted 27 April 2006 - 07:56 PM
I would import the audio and video into SONAR, plat it back for talent a coupl times and then have them say it... usually a couple words at a time... it's fairly straightt forward... just time consuming.
Posted 30 April 2006 - 04:22 PM
Make sure that you have a lot of wild and ambient sound when you're on location. When you're doing your overdubs, get it right and don't just hope to fix it later. If your talent is far away from the camera in the scene, you should often times place him/her a little further away from the mic than when over overdubing for closeups. Find some good plug-ins that allow you to place room appropriate reverb on the overdubs. If you're the director, be there when recording takes place in order to make sure the right emotions are being portrayed.