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Source Elements Source Connect Standard Onboarding Guide
Source Elements Source Connect Pro Onboarding Guide
- Subscribe to Source Connect Pro
- Contact email@example.com for a Source Connect Creator license.
- Create RTS sync stamped movie file package by launching Source-Player Creator and following instructions
- Create a iLok account and Source Elements login credentials for the actor.
- Subscribe to Source Connect Standard with actor credentials. Activate license on source connect website to actor iLok account.
- Select Manage Contacts in Source Connect Pro/Standard and add actor account on both sides
- On Source Elements website, select Manage iLok Licenses and refresh licenses to ensure it is registered
- Send the actor installation files for the following. Walk them through installation and drag Source Connect license to their local computer - no physical iLok.
- Source Connect Standard
- iLok license manager
- Source-Player Playback picture package with 3 files - player app, movie and .tml
- Both sides launch Source Connect and login with respective credentials.
- Both sides configure I/O with default setting except for:
- Send bitrate - 192 kbps
- Remove send delay of 80 on both sides of the connection
- Use Source Nexus, Soundflower or Source Nexus Control to route Source Connect to/from Pro Tools
- Select actor in contacts list and establish connection to them
- Actor drops .tml file onto Source-Player Playback and movie opens
- Set RTS to Send on Editor side and Receive on Actor side.
- Use a USB Mic of your choice with a Laptop. *Apogee Hype Mic or similar is recommended.
- Optionally establish a Facetime, Google Hangouts, Skype or Zoom call with the director or sound team on another device. Source Elements also offers Source-Connect Now and Source Elements Meet (with video) for collaboration with multiple clients.
- Ask the actor to record in an isolated room with the least echo. Closets can work, or rooms with curtains/couches/beds - materials that absorb sound
- Ask talent to share a test recording with the production for recording quality validation before recording extensively
- All parties must use headphones to prevent feedback
- Start with the Provided Template and modify as needed
- Mic Placement Example - try twice the pictured distance for ADR/Dubbing
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