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How to Video Record a Lecture – Capturing Audio from 2 Lecturers
How to Video Record a Lecture – Capturing Audio from 2 Lecturers
How to Video Record a Lecture – Capturing Audio from 2 Lecturers
How to Video Record a Lecture – Capturing Audio from 2 Lecturers
How to Video Record a Lecture – Capturing Audio from 2 Lecturers
How to Video Record a Lecture – Capturing Audio from 2 Lecturers
How to Video Record a Lecture – Capturing Audio from 2 Lecturers
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How to Video Record a Lecture – Capturing Audio from 2 Lecturers

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Always use an external clip-on microphone when video recording a lecture.

Otherwise, you will have a tough time removing unwanted surrounding noise during editing.

Clip the microphone on to the shirt of the lecturer about 6 inches away from his mouth.

Now the situation is…

What if you have TWO lecturers and they take turns to speak every 5 to 10 minutes?

That’s the case for today’s assignment.

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  • 1. VideoLane Discover Web Videography http://videolane.comHow to Video Record a Lecture - Capturing Audio from 2LecturersAuthor : adminAlways use an external clip-on microphone when video recording a lecture.Otherwise, you will have a tough time removing unwanted surrounding noise during editing.Clip the microphone on to the shirt of the lecturer about 6 inches away from his mouth.Now the situation is...What if you have TWO lecturers and they take turns to speak every 5 to 10 minutes?Thats the case for todays assignment. 1/8
  • 2. VideoLane Discover Web Videography http://videolane.comI have two Sennheiser wireless receivers hooked on to the camcorder. 2/8
  • 3. VideoLane Discover Web Videography http://videolane.comTwo Sennheiser wireless microphone transmitters ready to be hooked on to the two lecturers. 3/8
  • 4. VideoLane Discover Web Videography http://videolane.comXLR plugs from the two receivers, each having its own input channel and set to "mic". 4/8
  • 5. VideoLane Discover Web Videography http://videolane.comFull view of the Panasonic HMC151 camcorder with the two Sennheiser receivers plugged in. 5/8
  • 6. VideoLane Discover Web Videography http://videolane.comI rarely take photos of my Panasonic HMC151 from the front. So why not now. 6/8
  • 7. VideoLane Discover Web Videography http://videolane.comThe audio input settings in the white rectangle box on the left side of the camcorder. Mic powerswitched to "off" 7/8
  • 8. VideoLane Discover Web Videography http://videolane.com Audio gain controls remained neutral all the way. No need to adjust because the Sennheisers were tuned to the lecturers voices. What if you have three lecturers or a panel of speakers? One way is to use more microphones all linked to a sound mixer which in turn connects to your camcorder. Adrian Lee http://VideoLane.com PS: Please leave your comments or questions in the form below. 8/8Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)

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