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Directing a voice-over performance

Directing a voice-over performance: Creating a Short Film: 04 Working with Actors
Directing a voice-over performance: Creating a Short Film: 04 Working with Actors

A voiceover is when an actor records their lines - usually in a studio, or some other location off set - and their voice is played over the film. Directing a voiceover performance feels slightly different than directing an acting performance on a film set. Actors can look at a script while performing the scene, and it's easier and less expensive to get more takes.

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