Posted by peter on 01/04/08 06:10
"DanR" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> You didn't say if the show aired live. If not then the cameras were
> iso'ed. Each camera was recorded to (probably) tape with matching
> timecode. Later the tapes were edited
I don't think it's a live show.
Even if each camera is recorded, the operators still need some script on
when to shoot what. They cannot possibly dedicate one camera per
person/instrument because there are so many instruments and people on stage!
What does ISO stand for?
BTW, what cameras are typically put on jib arms when money is no object?
Smaller than the stationary ones but still HD.
Thanks everyone for the answers. I never realize so much work go into
preparation for the professional video crew. I thought they could just look
at a script and run with it :) When I shoot multicam amateur video with
friends, we don't have directors or scripts other than "you shoot close ups
and I shoot wide".
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