Percentage of ADR in a Movie

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The acronym ADR stands for "Additional dialog replacement." Learn about the percentage of ADR in a movie with help from a filmmaking professional in this free video clip.

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Hi, my name is Zach, and today I'm going to explain to you what ADR is. ADR is automatic dialogue replacement. For example, this would be when a train goes by and you don't want the train in the audio, but the person's vocals are destroyed. Also, this could be like in the clip that I have right now. A heater turned on while I was talking in this clip with the doctor. Basically to fix this, I went into a sound studio and recorded my audio after. You have stage 4 squamous cell carcinoma. Now right here is about where the heater kicked on, but you wont be able to hear it because I did use ADR. Wait, what? What's that. You need to remember that your, the way that you use your voice needs to go with your body language. My name's Zach, and I just explained to you how to use ADR properly in Final Cut Pro.

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