This is one of the few plu


This is one of the few plus sides to having OCD 🙂

My first suggestion is to be far more diligent in the front-end of the production. There’s no surefire way to do this except through practice. At the end of each take, review the clip, and if it’s not right, do it again. It sounds like a lot of work, but it will be easier than trying to get the talent back together after the fact for a re-shoot. Imagine needing to re-shoot even one scene after the fact. Getting everyone together, making sure their hair/makeup/and costume all match the previous shoots. It’s a lot of work.

The other bit of advice I have is to practice redundancy. The more cameras you have rolling, and the more audio feeds you use, the less likely you are to hit a snag in post.

Keep working on it. Tighten your front-end a bit, and you’ll be fine.

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