Dubbing (Entertainment Law) Law and Legal Definition

Dubbing is a post-production process whereby sound (either music or dialogue) is added to a visual presentation through a recording process to create a sound track that can be transferred to and synchronized with the visual presentation. It also refers to the process of re recording the dialogues of an actor spoken during filming and which must be replaced to improve audio quality or reflect dialog changes. This process is called automated dialogue replacement, or ADR for short.