A person has approached me wanting an audition video. She is a singer and is providing her own music and wants a video of her - well, singing. From a video stand point this sounds easy, but she, obviously, wants the best quality audio we can get. I have a Panasonic AG-HMC150 that uses the AVCCAM format. What it does with audio I have no idea. I also use Adobe Premiere Pro/Soundbooth so I have some software to manipulate the audio - however it's captured.
Capturing is my question. Should I capture the audio with the camera (and if so, how?) or would I be better served to capture it with another device and load the video and audio into Premiere Pro separately (and sync them up there). We will probably do this in a semi-professional recording studio (I don't know how well it's equiped). So, if anyone can point me into a direction of getting the BEST audio on a DVD (like a workflow) - it would be most appreciated.