Easy Tips And Cheats To Better Your Dubbing Skills!

Not everyone can make it to the silver screen.

But chill. You have Dubsmash! For those who haven’t given it a try, it’s a mobile application, which records video messages. The user can pick an audio recording of a famous dialogue or a quote or song from the list and then record a video of themselves while lip syncing to it.

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You can even give your film a real look and for that, you need to keep a few things in mind.

Lighting

One of the most important things to make any movie is to make the lighting conditions favourable. Try not to make it too dark or too bright; opt for something in between. The best way to get stability of lighting is to shoot in daytime.

Multiple takes

Try saving multiple takes for your shot to bring out the best. Name the takes like the name of the shot followed by take 1, take 2 and so on. If you don’t save it, you might just end up regretting for not being able to deliver your performance like the last time for the same shot.

Acting skills

Well, you don’t have to be Robert De Niro to make a Dubsmash video, but you do want your best expressions to get discovered right? So try to justify the key emotions.

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Framing

To make your Dubsmash video a hit, you have to get the camera framing right. If you are taking a solo video, try to stay at the center or after you hit the record button, simply enter the frame to say your dialogue. If there are multiple characters in the video, you can try appearing one by one to say your lines.

Learn from the The Best Dubsmashers

Go on Instagram, look for Dubsmash, and select your country’s hashtag (eg- dubsmashindia) to get the best Dubsmash video compilations and then you can go on and learn from the best dubsmashers on how to act.

Dubsmash is a really cool application developed by Jonas Drüppel, Roland Grenke and Daniel Taschik and it has attracted a wave of attention. Do try dubsmashing atleast once!

Picture courtesy- firstpost.in, twitter.com and quoracdn.net


by techtalks @TechTalks October 19, 2015 7:13 AM UTC

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