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  1. Casually wondering if those pictures of the original post could be available again.
  2. I see that these come from the aviation sector. Wondering if anyone uses them for production sound and can comment on their sound and isolation.
  3. I have the same problem - what is the solution.txt
  4. why can I not enter text but only attachments.txt
  5. not that it means anything but just for the sake of it there is always worse. I'm about to start a tv job that is: - 1man sound - requires production sound sent to the 5d - has no sound post. I guess neither producers, broadcaster or viewers care for the poor sound that's all over the national tv which breeds all of the above.
  6. there is also people using pyramix, albeit not very many. but it is very powerful once you get the grip. cheap it is not
  7. no not joking, just curious. I was told that the camera is really quiet before filming, but it was not. The sound cover made no difference at all. Sure, this job is a lot about fighting set noises and in the past even dv cameras have been too noisy for me, so just wondering what people used to do with film ones.
  8. I admit I am not getting this one
  9. Just an update on this. Turns out its not so much of a tragedy after all. Now indeed the material is on 24, and the sound stamped at 24 syncs fine apparently. The files that were recorded at 25 were drifting but restamping with waveagent did the trick. haven't heard back for any problems so far and hopefully no drifting due to the camera, but I still don't know the exact model it was. there will definitely be an issue with the camera noise messing up the dialogue (for CUs at least), for which we did wildtracks and recoded the rehearsals, but I imagine it will still be a pain. ADR is not an option, perhaps denoising will Are there any strategies for this problem at filming stage? kinda off topic now i guess
  10. well so far, I have been told that, the problem was in the lab that transferred the telecine beta to digital files. Now apparently the project is back on 24fps in avid (not 23.98) and will be edited as such. Apparently the tried to sync a few of the files with the 24 stamp and they all synced ok. So no drifting issue yet, but the real editing has not begun yet. They also tried takes from the day where my recorder was set to 25, and there they could not sync. I know restamped one file to 24 and have sent it and am waiting for their response. I tried to get an exact explanation of all steps. (in other words what the hell exactly happened? was it 24->25->24 and why) but I did not get one. I 'll keep you updated.
  11. they came through eventually, but with a 2 day delay and the dl link did not work anyway. Thanks to the guy who sent me an installer.
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