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Video Dubbing

To record audio and overlay it on video, you will need to use video and audio editing programs. Here is the general process of recording audio and overlaying it on video:


1. Audio recording:

- Use a quality microphone and audio recording software such as Adobe Audition, Audacity or any other audio editing software.

- Adjust the microphone and volume to get clear and crisp sound.

- Record the desired audio file, be it voice, music or sound effects.


2. Video editing:

- Import the video file into a video editing program such as Adobe Premiere Pro, iMovie or other similar program.

- Position the video on the timeline and define where you want to overlay the audio.


3. Audio overlay:

- Import the audio file you recorded into the video editing program.

- Position the audio file on the timeline and align it with the scenes in the video.

- Set the audio volume to match the visual part of the video.


4. Synchronization:

- Adjust the timing of audio and video so that they are harmoniously connected.

- Watch the video with overdubbed audio to make sure the timing and sound quality is correct.


5. Export:

- Export video with audio overlaid in desired format and quality.

- Save the finished video file for future use or publication.


These are the basic steps for recording audio and overlaying it on video. Please note that specific functions and procedures may differ slightly depending on the program you are using to edit video and audio.


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