Weekly Video Tip: 7 Things to Check Before Hitting Record (Run & Gun)
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By Stephen Schweickart
Today we’re taking it back—way back– to the basics with 7 things you need to check before hitting that record button!
You’re at a shoot, it ends up being a ‘run and gun’ operation, and there is a lot going on. Your focus is critical so you can manage everything going on behind the camera and everything going on in front of the lens. You aren’t growing extra arms anytime soon, so, because you demanded it, I have 7 things you need to check before pressing record.
1. Resolution and Frame Rate. Remember, if you’re shooting with multiple cameras, each camera needs to have the exact same resolution and frame rate. Otherwise, your video is going to start looking bad real fast and editing will be more difficult than you want it to be.
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