Talk:Telesync

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Usually decent quality overall, though even With a Professional camera; Video can turn out looking like a VHS-Copy.

The previous information on the page was wrong. Almost everytime a telesync looks better than a cam of a movie. with the group maVen it can come out to be near DVD quality. just check out some sample jpeg's of the more recent telesyncs from the group maVen http://www.vcdquality.com/index.php?genre=1&grp=1193.

This article uses the same images as the cam one. a TS is usually better quality because it is made using a professional camera from the booth.

I have just fixed it. The sources already there except urban dictionary (an user editable non expert source) all show from booth on tripod. I fixed the incorrect info and added one more source of the three which specify booth on tripod: "afterdawn" which is the premier video related expert site. http://www.afterdawn.com/glossary/term.cfm/telesync. Redefinej (talk) 14:13, 16 January 2012 (UTC)