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Dubbing... You couldn't have voice in your film without the dub... or could you?
Here we have one of the most... if not the most important aspect of animation editing. The Dub, with animation sound and video have to synch precisely. The audio is best to be done first. However if you need to change it later it will take a little skill for the voice actor to get his timing comparable to the footage... but... it's done all the time
Dub, Dub, And Re-Dub
"An audience is so important. I would never have had the guts to dub in that big a laugh." - Desi Arnaz
Dubbing is the post-production process of producing and changing comments on a film or tv soundtrack following to the unique capturing. The term most generally represents the alternative of the comments of the stars shown on the screen by those of different entertainers, who may be discussing a different terminology. The process was sometimes used in musicals when the acting professional had an discouraging performing speech, and continues to be in use to allow the testing of audio-visual material to a huge viewers in nations where visitors do not speak the same terminology as the unique entertainers. "Dubbing" also explains the process of an acting professional re-recording lines verbal during capturing in order to improve sound quality or indicate dialogue changes. This process is called Computerized Conversation Alternative, Additional Conversation Recording or ADR for short. Music is also known as onto a movie after modifying is accomplished.
Films, video clips and even more popularly, videoa games are sometimes known as into the local terminology of a international market. Dubbing is common in theatrically launched movie, tv sequence, shows and cartoons given international submission.
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