On Wed, 2014-07-02 at 10:02 +0400, Louigi Verona wrote:
I know one German filmmaker who does everything using the computer
software, IOW he isn't using several monitors, crossfade
hand gear etc.. I don't remember, but he likely use a shuttle/jog wheel,
resp. he hires people doing it for him. The Mac does control several
professional Sony video recorders, so sync can be done in a completely
other way, then when using software only. Btw. he also still owns
something like this one:
http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Filmschnitt#mediaviewer/Datei:Fotothek_df_p... His thingy is a little bit smaller, for a smaller film format and it includes a screen.
Since Germany switched from analog to DVB-T, I haven't seen anything on
television that was lip-sync. Proper audio-video sync is dated here ;).
Likely it's lip-sync by the production, but seemingly the DVB-T
receivers are unable to sync audio and video.
So there's a little bit of truth in the statement "You don't need that
amount of accuracy", but it's still a bad attitude for a company.
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