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to post! Try to capture all the audio as best as you can during the production. Don't leave anything to ADR. ADR should be a decision that's made in Post not during production (ideally). Good luck on your shoot man. I wanna know how it goes. …
answered Jun 23 '10 by Hubert Campbell
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Sound Reports were mentioned earlier. I second that. In Post production, you are going to rely, more than ever, on proper labelling of takes. Make sure that the name you give a scene on the clapboard …
answered Jun 22 '10 by Hubert Campbell
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What brand of camera is it? If it's something like a Panasonix HVX, then you could send the sound from the mic to the camera using the XLR cable especially if you don't have a mixer anyway. You need t …
answered Jun 23 '10 by Hubert Campbell