Posted 08 July 2014 - 02:10 AM
To me, it sounds like a poorly edited compilation of audio clips that were taken from a separate (whole) clip, and then chopped and put together into a bunch of sentences that were created by the editor. You can see evidence of this by the choppy sounding dialogue. This happens when you try to edit 2 words together, but put them too close to each other. As long as you have the voice actor say enough different words, you can basically make them say whatever you want, but the quality and placing, are what would make it ultimately believable or not. The clip in question here, sounds like someone's early attempt at editing on audio software. My advice to that person would be to not get discouraged by these mistakes, but try to refine them some more. Only edit words that have a little bit of separation between the next word, and use words that the actor had fully verbalized. I definitely think this could get better if your willing to change the dialogue you use, from the sample size that you have at your disposal.