What is the standard method of charging dubbing rates?
Thread poster: Lars Palmer

Lars Palmer  Identity Verified
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Sep 3, 2009

I have been asked to submit rates for dubbing including translation of video materials. How much do I charge? The dubbing separately from the translation or just one "package price". It´s from English to Swedish.

Thank you!

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Astrid Elke Witte  Identity Verified
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You could try a forum search on the topic Sep 4, 2009

Hello Lars,

I am sorry to see that no-one has been able to help you so far.

You could possibly read previous discussions on the subject. If, from the menu "Home", you choose "Search", type "dubbing" into the search box, and tick the "Forums" box, you will get a list of previous posts on the subject, which could lead you to a relevant thread.

I hope you will find an answer to your question in this way.

Best regards,


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