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The "This movie has a clean center channel!" thread (List in OP) - Neuros - 05-30-2015

Doctor Who, Series 1-7 (and probably 8, although I haven't checked it.)


The "This movie has a clean center channel!" thread (List in OP) - TM2YC - 05-31-2015

Neuros Wrote:Doctor Who, Series 1-7 (and probably 8, although I haven't checked it.)

Oh really? Fantastic news :-). Is that Blu-Ray, or DVD?


The "This movie has a clean center channel!" thread (List in OP) - Neuros - 05-31-2015

I haven't checked the Blu-Ray but I have often used the clean stuff from the DVDs. Smile


The "This movie has a clean center channel!" thread (List in OP) - Ken Poirier - 05-31-2015

Eternal Sunshine of the spotless mind has a clean center channel.


The "This movie has a clean center channel!" thread (List in OP) - matrixgrindhouse - 05-31-2015

Neuros Wrote:Doctor Who, Series 1-7 (and probably 8, although I haven't checked it.)

Wow, really? I like Murray Gold's music, but in the early seasons, the sound mix was poor. I'm surprised they didn't have any music bleed. Could be very, very useful. Thanks for sharing that information!


The "This movie has a clean center channel!" thread (List in OP) - Neuros - 05-31-2015

Oh dear, let me preface this by stating I'm not an expert on technical terms so I may have misunderstood what is being discussed. As far as I have noticed - and I edit a lot of Who - the majority of the NuWho DVDs have an isolated dialogue track.

For example, I recently made an audio edit for a scene from Day of the Doctor, removing John Hurt's dialogue and replacing it with the Ninth Doctor's. Smile


The "This movie has a clean center channel!" thread (List in OP) - Kal-El - 06-01-2015

Neuros Wrote:Oh dear, let me preface this by stating I'm not an expert on technical terms so I may have misunderstood what is being discussed. As far as I have noticed - and I edit a lot of Who - the majority of the NuWho DVDs have an isolated dialogue track.

For example, I recently made an audio edit for a scene from Day of the Doctor, removing John Hurt's dialogue and replacing it with the Ninth Doctor's. Smile

Still sounds pretty much the same to what this thread is about Smile This thread is to list those DVD or Blu-Rays that, when you extract and split all audio channels (be them, 6, 7, 8 or more) you get a center channel track that has (at least 85-90%) exclusively dialogue and sound effects. That makes it easier to cut an edit and/or rescore the film. That's what we're listing here.


The "This movie has a clean center channel!" thread (List in OP) - TM2YC - 06-01-2015

Neuros Wrote:Oh dear, let me preface this by stating I'm not an expert on technical terms so I may have misunderstood what is being discussed. As far as I have noticed - and I edit a lot of Who - the majority of the NuWho DVDs have an isolated dialogue track.

For example, I recently made an audio edit for a scene from Day of the Doctor, removing John Hurt's dialogue and replacing it with the Ninth Doctor's. Smile

So they have a menu-selectable dialogue track? Or one of the surround channels has a music free track? Or what?

By the way, I was watching my new R1 'Short Circuit' Blu-Ray and noticed it has a selectable dialogue-free track. Very odd. It's a unique experience where all the soundfx and music are there but no sound comes out of the actors mouths, rendering the film incomprehensible to watch. Awesome! I have no idea who this was supposed to please :-D.

On the plus side, this means that a noise-cancellation might be possible and an editor could easily replace all the dialogue in the movie for comic effect. I may add this to an "honourable mention" list on the OP.


The "This movie has a clean center channel!" thread (List in OP) - Kal-El - 06-01-2015

TM2YC Wrote:So they have a menu-selectable dialogue track? Or one of the surround channels has a music free track? Or what?

By the way, I was watching my new R1 'Short Circuit' Blu-Ray and noticed it has a selectable dialogue-free track. Very odd. It's a unique experience where all the soundfx and music are there but no sound comes out of the actors mouths, rendering the film incomprehensible to watch. Awesome! I have no idea who this was supposed to please :-D.

On the plus side, this means that a noise-cancellation might be possible and an editor could easily replace all the dialogue in the movie for comic effect. I may add this to an "honourable mention" list on the OP.

Dub Short Circuit's voice with Adam West dialogue! :-D


The "This movie has a clean center channel!" thread (List in OP) - Neuros - 06-01-2015

TM2YC Wrote:So they have a menu-selectable dialogue track? Or one of the surround channels has a music free track? Or what?

By the way, I was watching my new R1 'Short Circuit' Blu-Ray and noticed it has a selectable dialogue-free track. Very odd. It's a unique experience where all the soundfx and music are there but no sound comes out of the actors mouths, rendering the film incomprehensible to watch. Awesome! I have no idea who this was supposed to please :-D.

On the plus side, this means that a noise-cancellation might be possible and an editor could easily replace all the dialogue in the movie for comic effect. I may add this to an "honourable mention" list on the OP.

One of the surround channels has a music free track. Smile
(On a similar topic, several of the classic Who DVDs have a music only option selection through the menu.