Two or three cameras are sufficient for general purposes, although larger studio shows may use four or more cameras.
The most comprehensive studio arrangements include:
• Production control room where the director watches the continuous output of all cameras, remotes, film channels, etc. on picture monitors. These video sources are fed to a production switcher (vision mixer), and switched (intercut) or combined as required.
• Audio control section where all program sound is monitored and adjusted.
• Lighting and video control where studio lighting and picture quality are controlled.
There are several different approaches to video production —VIDEOTAPING:
Most shows are videotaped, and subsequently ...