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I agree with Dave. I have used a Tri-Caster with robotic cameras and it will do what you need it to do.
If you are attaching the external mic to the camera then you will get one file (.mp4). You will split the video and the audio in post, like Premiere or Final Cut.
Check with SCAD. There is also Full Sail University, they are in Florida and offer online degrees. These are the 2 that come to mind, but I would just search online. Those 2 are pricey.
I think you will need a laptop to act as the middle. Connect your camera to the laptop and then laptop to projector. I would not use wifi personally, between the wifi signal and the quality of your stream.
My opinion.. Why not get some freelance videographers? Why not travel to them? You will have to look at the cost compared to your company doing it and a freelancer. I see some issues with your with your post, as I do not know what kind of training material your company produces. Not everyone of your authors/speakers will have a studio or easy access to one. Let alone all the lighting and green screen knowledge. The freelancer could just record the presentation and send your company the raw files and then your company can do the post production. For my job, I found it is easier and in most cases cheaper for me to go to them, but have used freelancers for some.
You may be doing too much and the system can't handle it. You may have to do smaller batches. Then turn all the smaller mp4's into a larger one. You may have already tried this but if you go into Premiere. File – Import – (jpg location) click on first photo and then check the box for Image Sequence (may take a little bit, make some coffee or food). That should import photos into a single sequence.
I have shot different kinds of welding from different angles and variety of distance. I have to do it on a semi-regular basis. So far (knocking on wood), I have not had any issues. I have filters (ND and UV) on my camera. Its not just the heat you have to be careful of. You need to make sure you dont look into it as well. Your eyes can get "sunburn" which can hurt and be very irritable. I have read that it is possible to damage the camera, but so far I have not had that issue.
I have been using Canon with Mac for awhile. I currently use a XA30 with a Mac (personal) and Windows (work), depending This may not be the best way but it works for me. If I am just exporting a few clips and not all then I will click on the Private folder then right click on the AVCHDfile and hit "Show Package Contents", then right click on the BDMV "Show Package Contents" then some folders and files appear. Usually the video files are in the Stream folder. Hope this helps.
Videomaker did an article about this recently. Hope this helps.
Videomaker just did an article about this recently.
I use Adobe Premiere Pro for all my editing. I do multi-cam a lot, but I do it manually. Here is an article from Adobe about multicam editing. https://helpx.adobe.com/premiere-pro/using/create-multi-camera-source-sequence.htmlNovember 3, 2017 at 10:52 AM in reply to: Can I record video to my Mac’s hard drive using my 70D #277834
I haven’t done it with a DSLR, but the principle should be the same. I used a BlackMagic Intensity Shuttle and some software and was able to record to my mac. Files can get large quick.
I have to deal with similar situations quite often. The person usually sends me the link for the video on YouTube. I usually never trust the version they send or link me to. I search for it myself and use a YouTube downloader program. The program analyzes the video and gives me the options for which one I want. I then download the highest one possible and then make changes and then re-render using the presets (YouTube or Vimeo) in Adobe Premiere. I have done similar process in FCPX