how they mix the audio for home release movies

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    this is a video about how they mix the audio for home movies.

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  • Gus Johnson
    Gus Johnson  3 months ago +6090

    if you or a loved one has been affected by loud movie volume follow me on twitter @Gusbuckets

  • Marion Hinzman
    Marion Hinzman  2 days ago

    It’s like it seems so balanced at the movie theater but then I try to watch the movie at home and my parents are constantly making me turn the volume up every time people start talking but then oh my God it’s fucking horribly louder than the actual shuttle launch at NASA when the action starts in the movie like do they know the word balance the fucking audio

  • Memepool 22
    Memepool 22  a months ago

    I accidentally increased the volume and kept wondering why everything is so loud

  • Justin Brantley
    Justin Brantley  a months ago +1

    Also, they mix the movie about 30 times quiter than Video Games, so you turn the audio up to watch the movie, then once you're done you exit to the PlayStation menu and it makes you go deaf immediately.

  • Terrible Sandwich
    Terrible Sandwich  2 months ago +1

    So much truth in a 47 second video. Wtf already Hollywood?

  • Ty Thomas Boxing Training

    I can't watch Hulu in my mom's basement because of this

  • Blair Davis
    Blair Davis  2 months ago

    A-freaking-men gus!!!

  • Jakub Checinski
    Jakub Checinski  2 months ago

    THANK YOU! I have been saying this for years!

  • David King
    David King  2 months ago

    and people wonder why I have subtitles on

  • HTPC HTPC
    HTPC HTPC  2 months ago

    YEP.

  • ttrop
    ttrop  2 months ago

    creative use of powerdrill, never seen one with a light on it tho

  • danteelite
    danteelite  2 months ago +3

    That's why I leave my TV on night mode in the audio settings.

    The "dialogue" or "news" settings usually sound decent too.

    Hope this actually helps someone, my gf showed me that and it made a world of difference.

  • Sir SupesAfro
    Sir SupesAfro  2 months ago

    Geez, go home video description, you're drunk

  • Lola Gray
    Lola Gray  2 months ago

    I'm in a film class where I'm fairly sure the professor has bad hearing, so she always turns the volume up all the way.
    The film class is about women in action films.
    I sit in the last row... right next to the speakers.

    I haven't heard a single thing from the first day of class.

  • ThatOneRandomKid
    ThatOneRandomKid  2 months ago

    Ahahahahahahhahahahahahahahahhhahahahahahahahhhhhahahaaaahhaaaaahahahahahhahahahahahahahaha

  • Pocket Heart
    Pocket Heart  2 months ago

    Accurate.

  • Gustav Gnöttgen
    Gustav Gnöttgen  2 months ago

    Slightly more quiet dialog and somewhat louder noises here?

  • Aseel Aseel
    Aseel Aseel  2 months ago

    i don’t understand?

  • ok
    ok  2 months ago

    when you have to hold the remote the entire time to continually adjust volume

  • Jay J
    Jay J  2 months ago

    so true and also so annoying