I assume the bitrates are just to low but somebody said it is because of how it is mixed
Hello, I’d like this thread to be about the rates you can expect when working in post production for tv/streaming. I have worked for a studio for several years now doing localization services for big clients. I’ve done tasks such as dialogue replacement, foley replacement, delivering stereo/5.1 mixes, etc. I’d like to get a grip on other people’s experiences who have worked in this field. Information on this topic very elusive in my experience, even having worked on this field for several years. Part of me feels like I’m being extremely underpaid, and I need enlightenment on the matter. This could be a thread where people like us who work on this field can share experiences.
Edit: Of course, remaining anonymous and sticking to Non Disclosure Agreements.
Hey guys. I'm after exactly what I've put in the title of the thread. I've been doing some research this morning on good sound libraries that have captured steady RPMs of various vehicles for some projects I'm working on, notably like - 1 min stereo file of mazda (just an example) at 60 kpm, 1 min stereo file of mazda at 100 kpm, etc. stuff like that
If its worth a bit more money but has a variety of vehicles to choose from, that would be ideal. Probably some trucks as well. Sometimes they also list whether the recording was taken interior or exterior in the metadata, I think in most cases optimal engine sounds will come directly from the engine bay probably recorded with some kind of a lavalier mic.
I'm not sure what's the best library out there for a good bang for your buck, but I've looked into several options now and am just weighing them out, if anyone has experience with this I'd love for you to weigh in.
I recently built a computer, all parts are brand new and tv itself is brand new. I have this annoying hiss / static noise that happens when I launch a PC Game "Firewatch"
I tried connecting to a new surge protector and same problem. I think I identified where its happening. I realized if I change audio output from "V655-H9" Which says AMD High definition device and swap it over to "Realtek Digital out" The noise is gone.
There is only one problem, I then cannot use my monitors while connected to my television unless I plug them back in, So this isn't practical at all.
My motherboard is the new ASUS B550M-PLUS WIFI paired with XFX ATI Radeon RX 570 Series Graphics Card.
外围体育投注The monitors from my TV to my speakers are connected by an RCA TO AUX, the only other outputs on my prosonus 3.5 monitors is a TRS connection, Which I am unsure how to connect that to my TV while being balanced as I have been unable to find any cables that go from a TRS L+R to either an RCA or Optical, I supposed I could do an TRS to HDMI which may not even exist?
So that is my issue and my brain is imploding trying to figure it out, Please if you can help, I'd greatly appreciate it.
外围体育投注I wouldn't mind buying an adapter if that would work.