Community Tip: Using Slate's Batch Commander Together With Sounds In Sync's EdiCue & EdiPrompt In TV Audio Post
03-16-2015 05:00 PM
Community member Hans-Erik Zweidorff from Norway, reached out to us with a video showing how he uses the Batch Commander in Slate Digital’s MTi control surface, (or using the stand alone Batch Commander) in Pro Tools to prepare sessions for foreign language dubbing together with Sound In Sync’s EdiCue and EdiPrompt to make the session as much easier to handle.
Slate Digital Batch Commander
The Slate Batch Commander for Pro Tools can revolutionise your workflow in many ways. Using single click buttons that will execute up to 1,000 key commands, menu selections, and mouse clicks,
Sound In Sync EdiCue
EdiCue enables sound editors to create ADR Cues and Department Notes within Pro Tools. It can create PDF scripts in various formats and generate files that trigger audio beeps or vision wipes to assist the recording process.
The most efficient way to create cues is from within Pro Tools. This new workflow not only speeds up the process of creating cues, but these cue tracks can be used by other editors or mixers as an indication of what work is in progress.
Sounds In Sync EdiPrompt
EdiPrompt reads MIDI commands sent from any DAW (Digital Audio Workstation) and uses them to display a variety of on-screen prompts. It can also automate the ADR and foley recording process when using Pro Tools by locating to each cue and renaming the record track.
Thank you Hans-Erik for sharing this workflow with the community.
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