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Basics of Video Production, 2nd Edition by Graham Swainson, Des Lyver

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13  Single camera production

A large part of this book has been taken up with studio production. A great deal of what has been said about the roles of the various teams, and the equipment they use to do their job, is directly transferable to single camera production. To avoid repetition, we will now only concentrate on the differences between studio and single camera production, assuming you will go back if you need more explanation.

Whereas a studio production uses a multi-camera set up, with any necessary video inserts, and chooses the images to be recorded using the vision mixer to produce a linear programme, single camera production takes a totally different approach.

The most obvious difference is that, whereas a studio is an enclosed, controllable ...

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