The quality that causes the most anxiety for the beginning Foley artist is almost invariably how to walk a footstep cue or do a prop cue and be in sync with the action on screen. The ability to match the footfall of the character or the action of the prop on screen is enough to cause any beginning Foley artist some trauma. Even the most experienced and talented Foley artists whose names appear on screen for all of the major films have had this anxiety. In television, the time was, and still is, shorter from turnover to dub than for the typical film schedule. The shows air weekly and there is not much time to cue or edit. There were many instances in the 1980s when Foley artists would get a show the night before it aired and have a few hours to record the Foley. There would be virtually no time to edit the sync.