Dubbing & lip sync - What's the difference?
Wikipedia defines dubbing as "the substitution of the voices of the actors shown on the screen by those of different performers". There is not necessarily any requirement to conceal the fact that the video has been dubbed, by removing the onscreen actor's voice or by matching the actor's lip movements.
In contrast, lip sync is a sub-category of dubbing that Wikipedia defines as "matching lip movements with sung or spoken vocals". In other words, the audio is very carefully timed to match the onscreen actor's lip movements as closely as possible, so that it is not blatantly obvious that the video has been dubbed.
Dubbing & lip sync - Why order from me?
I have lip synched characters in TV shows, including a mini series, an exercise program and a TV documentary, and has also dubbed promotional videos and some children's shows featuring puppets.
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Lip Sync of Presenter
Dubbing of Bereaved Mother
Dubbing of Athlete
Lip Sync of Onscreen Agent
Lip Sync of Customer
Dubbing of Mother