Audio Editing Services
Producers are allowed to improve the audio of their movies by adding music and sound using a basic linear and non-linear editing systems. BCM has provided audio editing services for the past three years.
What we provide (this is subject to change)
Three stations for audio dubbing including a variety (not all) adapter cables, monitor, mixer, microphones; one Final Cut Pro 5.04 Macintosh computer station. Wireless internet connection.
Random Helpful Tips:
* Bring your own hard drive and cables if editing on the computer. (remember that FAT32 formatted drives can be read by a Macintosh, but only will capture up to 4-GB of data before giving weird messages.
* Remember to charge your camera batteries and bring your AC adapter.
* Be CERTAIN that your camera can record back because extra decks may not be available.
* HDV tapes will not work in the tape players.
* Bring your own music, extra CDs and DVDs (we will sell them to you for $5.00 each)
* Remember to record your rough-cut movie on your own tape. Save the Shootout Tape to record the final cut of your movie. It’s a hassle if you record your rough-cut on your Shootout tape. (we will have tapes for $10.00 each – don’t forget tape!)
Price to defray our costs:
We accept cash and checks. There are no refunds.
$ for one 30-minute session (whether you use the provided equipment or not)
$$ for two 30-minute sessions (whether you use the provided equipment or not)
$$$ for one hour on the provided computer (remember it takes about 20 minutes just to capture and record back to tape)
There are no reservations:
This is “first come, first serve” from Saturday noon to 5pm and we will try to have stations available on the hour or half-hour. A priority list will be kept like at a restaurant, but spots won’t be held.