More atmosphere in your film projects with dubbing
Dubbing is an important part of film production, because in most filming sessions, actors or props often create sounds that don't sound the way they are intended for the viewer.
That's why they are usually added later. A so-called "Foley Artist" mimics sounds to be dubbed into the movie. These "sound artists" create sounds in a studio with a number of helpful aids - cellophane for crackling fire, or peas on aluminum sheets for driving rain. Even today sound artists are employed in film production. Sounds are recorded with a computer so that they can be dubbed into the movie after.
Video editing programs today offer high-standard dubbing functions, for example MAGIX Movie Edit Pro . Amateur movie makers may also use pre-recorded Soundpools that have been produced professionally to provide familiar sounds and audio effects. With two sound collections that have been available for years, Soundpool DVD Collection and Photo & Videoshow Soundpool, MAGIX offers an extensive collection of sounds in different formats that can be easily edited and layered before they are dubbed into your movie. After video editing and before the film is actually presented, the project needs the right music. How important this really is quickly becomes apparent if you consider the soundtrack of one of your favorite movies.
The harmonious duo of movie audio editing: dubbing and film music
After recording, the music is almost always edited on a computer, improved, and often enriched with effects. Composing film music follows dubbing and is usually the last stage before the film is presented.