Synchronous Sound for Motion Pictures
The synchronization of sound with motion pictures, an important concern of motion picture and videotape producers, is examined. The several methods normally used in handling and retaining sound synchronization from the original camera shooting to the final projection are described and their relative advantages and disadvantages discussed.
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