In the old days, before sound and video could be recorded to the same machine, filmmakers had to record the two separately and combine them in post production. These days, most video production company experts are probably using 100% digital technology and recording both channels together – perhaps with the help of boom or lavaliere microphones to get great sound with a recorded picture. However, in some cases it might still make sense to record sound and video separately and combine them together. Usually, this is the case for producers using DSLR cameras to make video – these cameras capture beautiful picture, but professionals often prefer to record sound to a separate device because DSLR cameras don’t have good internal mics and connecting them to a lavaliere can be tricky.
In this week’s episode of Reel Rebel, we are introduced to an iPhone and iPad app that helps producers keep track of production while shooting. The app even has a built in clapboard to help sync sound and video when they’re recorded separately.
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