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Bob Flood
how to "un dolby" a chunk of sound?
on Dec 26, 2006 at 5:04:27 pm

Hi

I am gonna post this on the FCP forum as well

I am a Final Cut Editor and I have a show and at a couple of places throough the show the producers had to replace some narration. When they dropped in the new narration, it sounds to my seasoned ears that they had the dolby decode "off" when putting in the sound. so my quextions are this:

1. The sound bits no doubt cam from BetaSP, which i think uses dolby A. does anyone know how i can "decode" after the fact? like some plug in?

2. If not, does anyone know which frequencies I should be playing with?

3. where on the interweb would i look for the frequency info?

thanx

Bob Flood
senior video editor
Greer & Associates, Inc.


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Bob Flood
Re: how to "un dolby" a chunk of sound?
on Dec 26, 2006 at 10:31:14 pm

Hey All

Fixed using Match EQ in Soundtrack. Man i wish i had that when i was doing donut spots (ie gap in the middle of a spot for a price item insert)

usually recording the guy in a booth on an 800 $ condenser mic, and trying to make it sound like the guy on location with a lav)wholly cow, what an awesome tool!

thanx anyway!


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