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  1. In Topic: PolymerNG - Xbox One and Windows 10

    Yesterday, 10:12 AM

    Unless TX, Yatta, and Fred can convince Randy to let us have something to play with in that vein...
  2. In Topic: PolymerNG - Xbox One and Windows 10

    Yesterday, 08:49 AM

    Really I can't blame you. I'm just as ADD about my myriad of projects I've been working on. I've since learned to stop advertising them and making promises I know I'll probably not keep. :) That's just me I'm not implying anything about you in saying that.
  3. In Topic: PolymerNG - Xbox One and Windows 10

    Yesterday, 06:04 AM

    Something something something non-compete something something something Shadow Warrior.
  4. In Topic: Shadow Warrior: Deadly Kiss restoration project

    Yesterday, 05:58 AM

    View PostMajor Tom, on 26 May 2017 - 05:43 AM, said:

    It's also used to re-record for TV versions of films, to replace profanity (which doesn't always go to plan, leading to gems like Trinity saying "I'll tear that whole cockamamy building down" in one of the Matrix movies on AMC, with the word "cockamamy" coming from someone who CLEARLY wasn't Carrie-Anne Moss). Fun stuff.

    Haha! I never knew that!
  5. In Topic: Shadow Warrior: Deadly Kiss restoration project

    Yesterday, 05:26 AM

    The term is used incorrectly in reference to games because there is nothing to rerecord. There was certainly voice acting in games back then and I think that's what he's talking about. ADR is not the proper term in any game's case really. Unless maybe a scene was shot for motion capture and the actors have dialogue during those scenes that they'd have to rerecord in a booth for the same reason. That's the only thing I can think of. ADR is specifically for recording new dialogue and matching it to an already shot scene as you're watching it to match the lip movements etc.

    We did this when I was taking audio engineering with a Toy Story video where we just had the silent video and had to compose new music, capture new sounds and cue them, and rerecord all the dialogue:


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