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Old 04-28-2008, 01:39 PM
CarlosVaes CarlosVaes is offline
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Default Print Mastering question

We are not a Print Mastering facility, however, for this one project they asked us to do ourselves the downmixes (stereo) for broadcasting, DVD and theatrical.. Yes, we should leave this to the experienced ones, however, due to client's budget, we will have to do it in-house.

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For Broadcasting they are asking -12dBFS. - We will dial this on our L1. Any other consideration?


For DVD is there any standard? Someone mentioned -6dBFS.


For theater.. Should we leave the whole uncompressed/unlimited full mix version as is? Is there any ceiling requisite? - We will be laying this on to a digi-beta.. (btw, this is NOT dolby/dts)

Many thanks in advance for any help with this issue.

Carlos
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