- Reaction score
- Trophy Points
Well I started with a few Shirley Walker tracks, just so see how they would play, but I realised pretty quickly that if I didn't want to rescore everything I'd be better off sticking with the Goldenthal score for consistency. Then I used a few B&R tracks to fill in gaps, but ultimately decided that reusing some tracks from the Forever soundtrack that were already reused as general themes was a better solution than insisting on a new track for each deleted scene. So it's not the most exciting stuff, but I still think there's something to be gained by putting those deleted scenes out somewhere.What kind of tracks did you use for the deleted scenes?
Both are from various Youtube stock footage/green screen channels. I didn't end up using that idea, but it's not hard to turn up some nice HD brain animations with a cursory search, and the bat green screen was just searched for. If you were going to use the same idea, I'd recommend finding a good documentary about the human brain and mining it for good shots, rather than trying to cobble together single animations from various sources.Where did you get the brain stock footage and the flying bat green screen?
I used Spleeter to extract the dialogue from the audio. It's pretty competent work for an automatic tool, though it will erase or distort all of your sound effects when it strips out the score, so be aware of that if you follow yet another of my methods on your own BF edit. It also doesn't distinguish between song lyrics and dialogue, so you get some weird effects when that happens (the scene where Nygma comes home and the Flaming Lips song plays is particularly messy, for example.)I have a couple of questions:
• What did you use for the "audio scrubbing"?
• Which track did you use for Two-Face introduction?