Arabic Voice recording to video using female voice in Iraqi dialect (Translated Script will be provided)
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We have a product video (currently spoken in English) that must soon be presented to the Iraqi Market in Arabic using the Iraqi dialect.
For this reason we have professionally translated the script for our video from English to Arabic and now wish to have this script read to the existing video. An audio recording should be produced using a female voice (not a male voice) in the Iraqi dialect to the existing video in good timing. There are a number of technical phrases that the voice over artist may wish to familiarize themselves with to make certain their read as fluid as possible.
It is critical that the voice over artist becomes familiar with the English version of the video (To view go to: [url removed, login to view] ) as she will be required to read the translated script we provide in good time with this video. This is so that the uncompressed audio file you will provide us with (a wave file at 16bit 44.1 KHz sample rate will suffice) can then be used to replace the English audio recording in post production.
The timing is so important because we will not be able to understand what is being said, hence, we will simply be lining up the start of the wave file you provide with the start of the English version we have.
The video is 15minutes in [url removed, login to view] project needs to be done ASAP.
The Script will be released to the successful freelancer following their acceptance of standard the Non disclosure agreement which also outlines that we reserve the rights to the audio recording produced.
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