I mixed a documentary a while back that screened well at festivals and now its gonna be aired on one of Norway's more popular tv channels.
... The director is gonna be coming back to us for his TV edit which will include 1 or 2 new scenes and will be 15min shorter than the original. We have to be quick about this so I was wondering what the wisest coarse of action would be?
I was thinking that I would like to chop up the final mix (5.1) too fit the new edit and then mix the new stuff in the gaps and get that to sit first before moving onto the TV specifications with limiting and what not... I was thinking of doing it this way so that I don´t have to waste time cutting up all the individual tracks if I don´t need to. I think I have my bases covered when it comes to this particular TV stations audio specifications but any input would be more than welcome as I have never mixed anything for TV before.