This paper describes a dialogue replacement process which is little known in North America outside of Montreal, but is widely used in Europe. The process consists of specialized skills, well-defined pre-production and production procedures, and dedicated hardware as well as common recording studio hardware. The process is suited for replacing dialogue into languages other than the original for any medium involving picture.e
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