Thanks a Lot
True. And if they can't get their lines spot-on then it's a waste of time and money...Production sound is alway better than having to get the actors back to ADR.
What??!Originally Posted by filmmusic2008
It's called multiple camera angles and edited in post. Last time I checked, directors don't like running multiple takes if they don't have to.
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Charlie Chaplin didn't even do it like that.
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OK, I looked it up (love trivia).
It was there for TV by 1928.
By the DesiLu days, it was there for films.
(It being multiple-camera setup)
Could you imagine the cost of films shot on Super 70 if all actors were shot one at a time? Jesus Christ, we'd have to pay $89 a ticket to see Far and Away...
And I was pissed at paying $5 for it!
your right, most well have multable camera angles, but low budget shoots are lucky if they have more than one.
What I would do if your having a prolem with aquiring the dialog with the two actors is get there lines wild 3-4 times each right after they do there scene.
This well hopefully keep EM in character and save you from any ADR at a later date.
Hope this helps out
Well we are only using one camera. All gear is being rented and its coming out of the directors pocket so we are pretty limited.
The recorder I am using does not have TC so we are using slate for sync. When shooting is done, what then. Do I sync it up before it goes to the video editor? does the video editor sync it up? Do I wait for the video to be edited and then add sound to it?
I am doing all the audio post production as well.
If I wait for the video to be edited then I lose the slate, however I still have the camera mics audio to sync up to I guess.
Let Video editor sync. Good job on the slate. Pay no attention to others that don't know what shooting film style is.... one camera! 3 camera only for live stuff, or blowing something up.
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