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  • in reply to: Choosing a camera + audio drift #212412
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    i record at 24 bit 48k

     

    thanks for the advice! will look into all this

    in reply to: Choosing a camera + audio drift #212402
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    thanks very much for the replies! i will look into those cameras.. it's true i don't have need for 4k at the moment, it would be more an investment for the future. At any rate, i definitely need to use a second camera because the angle is not the same, so i can't just zoom in and crop.

     

    As you guys see in my example above, the second crop takes up a small amount of space in the screen… if i can easily use mixed resolution files, then i guess i'll just invest in a good primary cam… The point about 60p is very valid too. I'm not sure if my current cameras do 60p, but let's say i shoot 60p with my new main cam, and i use the secondary cam in 24p , will there be a compatibility issue on that end when syncing both cams??? Thanks

     

    re: audio drift , so it seems there's no real hardware way to get perfect sync from the start? i have a fancy setup for my audio and i record direct to my computer. The drift doesn't always happen, but if it does it happens because my clips last 60-75minutes.. if there's no other solution than correcting the sync at every 10mn interval, it's fine.

     

    thanks! anymore comments would be appreciated!

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