7.1 system with Neumann
KH 310A front speakers, KH 805 subwoofer and BlueSky surrounds
TC Clarity X speaker management
Avid ProTools HD, Ableton Live,
Altiverb XL, Nugen, RX Suite…
Avid Artist Mix motor faders
55" HD video screens
room treatment by Primacoustic
high ceiling recording rooms with interior & exterior acoustics
custom-built Foley pits
wide selection of cloth, shoes, props
Foley kitchen, bathroom and garden
microphones by DPA, Neumann, ElectroVoice, Røde, Sennheiser...
tenor & soprano saxophones
modular and vintage analogue synthesizers & drum machines
60's electric piano and 70's organ
electric and acoustic guitars
analogue effect pedals
TECHNICAL DELIVERY SPECS
Resolution: 1920 x 1080
Codec: Avid DNxHD36 or Apple ProRes 422 Proxy
Please also provide a H.264 compressed version
Timecode: small timecode counter, preferably placed in the upper right corner
First frame of action at “full hour” e.g. 01:00:00:00
Avoid any timecode or watermarks in the lower half of the picture, as this will make my work a lot harder and sometimes impossible!
Technical leader: movie file starts at 00:59:50:00 on black, with a 1-frame sync beep at 00:59:58:00 (which is 2sec before film start, see above)
Please supply a Picture Cut EDL (without sound cuts) for each version of your film!
For Foley projects, please also provide a (Temp) Dialogue bounce including all and only original sync sound. Mono-WAV is preferred.
Depending on your project, you might supply edited audio tracks as OMF/AAF.
Please keep different material on seperate tracks:
Voiceover, Boom, Clip-Mics, Stereo-Atmos, TempSFX, (Temp)Music, …
If you have used external sound recorders, please make sure the meta-data remains intact during import & editing, so the original sound files can be relinked; don’t “export” but rather “link to“ your edited audio material. You can read more on this in the BVFT guide here (German only).
Please provide your sound report as text-searchable PDF."
Do yourself a favour and provide any music in proper quality, e.g. at least 16Bit/44,1kHz WAV/AIF (CD quality). Original score is to be produced in 24Bit/48kHz (double-check with your composer!).