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ronapee pensri
proper ways to deliver a sound file
on Feb 23, 2008 at 9:56:36 am

i need an advice on how to deliver a sound file
i am working for an amateur documentary producer and we are new to this kind of business ^^'

i got VO, music, sfx, and ambient at separated channels

for example if i want to prepare it for an 'on air' program how should i do it properly, internationally, and professionally

thnx,
Ronapee

Ronapee Pensri
Editor | VisualEYEZ Thailand Co.,Ltd


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Ty Ford
Re: proper ways to deliver a sound file
on Feb 23, 2008 at 5:17:09 pm

Hello Ronapee and welcome to the Cow Audio Forum.

You need to mix the elements together into a mono or stereo master track.
You need to know the file format the video editing system wants to see. Probably 24-bit, 48kHz wav files. After the audio is married to the video, it's up to the video to render the whole thing out. Not your problem.

Distribution will determine what formats you need. If you expect the project to be played on a TV, they need to consider PAL and NTSC. Not your problem. :)

Regards,

Ty Ford

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