There are many ways you can start dubbing your YouTube channel. You should also know this is the most efficient way to reach a wider audience.
Dubbing is a full-time job. It’s not just a matter of pressing buttons and making sounds. You need to dedicate time to it and create the right environment for dubbing (e.g., headphones).
If you want to dub your YouTube channel, you should know that this process involves more than just pressing buttons and making sounds. You need to be able to dedicate time to it and create the right environment for dubbing (e.g., headphones).
Formalize a contract.
Whether you're getting started as an independent or are looking to formalize your existing business relationship, the first step is to create a contract. In addition to outlining what you'll be doing for your client, it should also include details about payment and cancellation policies.
What should be included?
What work will you do for the client? What's in it for them? (i.e., cost-per-minute of finished footage)
How long will they keep their rights to use the finished product? (i.e., three months after completion)
When will they pay you? (i.e., half on delivery, half on acceptance)
Hire someone or make it yourself
If you are a beginner, it is much easier to find someone else to hire and manage the process. If you have the time and budget, this is not an issue. There are many voice actors who will work with you directly on your video, but they may ask for a fee because they have built an online presence and can charge more than someone starting out in the business.
There are also websites that connect clients with voice actors or companies that specialize in dubbing videos (like ours!). These sites provide tools such as voice recording studios where you can record your scripts with different voices until you find what works best for your project before hiring a professional actor or company like ours!
Choose the studio (MustDub)
The first thing to do is find a studio that has good equipment, is quiet and has good acoustics. You should also be close to the studio so you don't waste time on the road. Make sure they have a good reputation, ask for references from previous customers before signing up with them.
Compromise with yourself, your team and your audience
To create a successful YouTube channel, you need to commit yourself, your team and your audience. That means committing to a quality product, a regular schedule of content (that includes consistent content) and a plan for growth.
Choose the software that suits you the most
Elige un software de edición de vídeo adecuado.
As you probably know, you cannot dub a YouTube video using the same software that you use for editing your own personal videos. In this case, you need to choose an appropriate editing software. If you are looking for an affordable option, check out these programs:
Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 ($19/month)
Adobe After Effects CC 2019 ($19/month)