Some friends of mine went to that Mercedes Benz Fashion Week being held at Bryant Park in NYC this week to do some field recording with a video camera. The footage was loaded into Adobe Premiere Pro for editing and I noticed that cell phone pulses were recorded on the audio portion of the video. Can anyone suggest methods or technologies to shield the recording equipment from cell phone pulses?
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I feel your pain. What kind of camera(s) were they using? Onbo
I feel your pain. What kind of camera(s) were they using? Onboard mics? Audio Interface? Cables?
I made the mistake ONCE of trying FRS headsets on a 3-camera shoot. I had a guy at the center (wide-shot) camera directing and running the video mixer while I did the audio. He was calling the shots to cameras 1 & 3, and everytime he keyed the mic, the radio gave off enough energy to glitch the video. (Thank goodness for redundant recording) So rather than leave the event with a nearly finished product I had to go back and edit around every video transition without losing continuity. - not fun.
Lead shielded cables? I don't know that there is a solution to t
Lead shielded cables? I don't know that there is a solution to this other than requesting that people turn off their cell phones. Or, you could do a James Cameron and use a nail gun to tack everyone's cell phone to the wall. If there is a real solution to this, I'd love to hear it too.