Voiceover for Airplane training video ZD1920436
This voiceover is for a training video about Aircraft Stalls and Stall Recoveries. The script describes what an aircraft stall is, what factors affect aircraft stalls, and how to successfully recovery an aircraft during a stall. It is to go with a video I have created, to help train people about airplane safety. I want the voiceover to have a corporate, professional feel, but I do not want it to sound monotone or dry. I am looking for a female voice over that delivers the content in a professional, but also entertaining manner. The script is 785 words long, and the video/voiceover should be somewhere around 5 minutes long. Please see the attached script. Attached can be found here: *******************************************************************************
2017-02-01 20:43:53 GMT
2017-02-10 15:00:00 (GMT -05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)
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Fixed - USD 200
Training, business presentations, sales, and web sites
English - USA and Canada
Young Adult Female OR Middle Age Female OR Senior Female
• Audio files must be delivered via email OR • Audio files must be delivered via FTP/Dropbox/Google Drive/cloud
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The voice seeker is willing to hire either union or non-union talents for this project
Dealing with stalls is one of the fundamental elements of pilot training. All pilots have practiced stalls countless times, but still pilots often respond incorrectly to an unexpected stall. We are going to revisit some of the basics of stall recovery techniques. Let’s begin by defining an aircraft stall.
A stall is the separation of airflow from the wing that leads to loss of lift. It is caused by exceeding the critical angle of attack which can happen at various speeds and pitch attitudes because the angle of attack is measured between the wing and the relative wind, not in relation to the horizon.
Stall speed is the speed below which an aircraft cannot create enough lift to sustain level flight. The faster an aircraft goes, the smaller the angle of attack needed to maintain the altitude. As airspeed gets slower, a greater angle of attack is needed to maintain lift. At some point, the angle of attack reaches its critical limit and a loss of lift occurs. The speed at which this happens is known as the stall speed. There are many factors that affect Stall Speed.
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