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January 23, 2006 at 4:10 PM #36725AnonymousInactive
hi guys .. need some advice here …
im stuck with a charity video content production for a channel ..
weekly production of 27mins Video. the thing is since its charity
we dont have hardcore experienced guys interested in it nor the funds
ok .. now it wont be overly conservative if i say that im only at a basic
home user experience regarding movie making .. i know people will start
cursing once they know this .. 🙂
i might havto start the test footage with 3 SONY DCR-HC42E Cams &
Sony Vegas 6 & a Sound Recording MP3 Player ..
As of now i dont have the final specs required by channel guys of
the video being producd .. but mainly the 30min footage will contain
interviews, single person talks, cultural events, .. etc.
what i would like to know is .. a good overall recommendation for
the equipment that we’ll require on a showstring budget when it goes
into regular production .. ie. the min no. of cams, cam models, lens sizes,
content formats, realtime editing eqpmnts., mebe even good tripods &
tips for a good video or even reading topics in this regard .. anything &
everything which will make the footage decent at a really really tight
budget .. 🙂 .. i know media people dont like to work on a budget of
this scale but cant help it right now .. any help from u guys will be
ps: whats the best way to manage sound in case of a 2cam or 3cam
interview(2 people) .. as in should the cams capture the sound from
2 mics & mux it & then input them into all cams? i know it might sound
silly but we dont really have the time nor people to sync all the tapes
at a later stages .. what is the best recommendation here ?
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