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|Posted: Mon Mar 12, 2018 10:01 am Post subject: Film and TV audio production
I'm helping a film maker with the music and audio for a low budget production. He would like the film to be shown on TV as well as at cinema nights and, although this may be optimistic, I would like the product we produce to be of high enough quality. What I would like to know is are there any standards we should adhere to for the dialog, SFX and music in terms of peak and RMS levels, and dynamic range? For example should I treated the production like I do with music and master the audio up to 0dBFS within my DAW and balance the elements to sound good on my monitors? Should bangs etc. be a set number of decibels louder than the dialog etc.?.. and where should I look for the standards (BBC, EBU, SMPTE, Dolby)?Your help is much appreciated.
I did not find the right solution from the internet.
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