We recently had to overdub a scene because field recording wasn't an option. All the lines for the scene have been completed in a quiet room, so the sound is quite clean and dry.
However, the scene in question takes place outdoors, and when these overdubbed audio files are applied to the video, it doesn't sound real. It sounds exactly like an overdub... fake!
As I understand it, there are a wide array of post processing techniques that can be utilized and a few parameters that can be tweaked. I have a short list here:
I'm fairly certain that this is not a complete list. What else could I be missing?
Note: I am currently using Adobe Premiere CS 5.5