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  1. Hi experts,
    I am looking suggestion with minimum cost

    I want to record from Three cameras . Questions are as follows

    1. How can i use my existing PC or MAC for Video mixing input from three cameras?
    2. How i can attach three different mics, if the Cam does not have external mic , can i use Podcast studio for external mics and use it for audio and later on attach that with video ?
    3. I have bought Sony HD SR12E how i can use that camera with the mxing software for live mixing as it does not have Firewire
    4. Any Cheap option for rest of 2 camera? They can be SD ..
    Yes it is recorded first and later put on broadcast on web. Bassically we are Making videos for web . What setup you suggest with reuse of our sr12e camera.? We want to minimize time to broadcast from Shooting. Any suggestion My friend ?

    Thanks in advance

    BR

    Zeeshan
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    Minimum cost? What is your budget? It's hard to say unless you describe your project more.


    You'll need a fast computer - Quad Core with 4GB RAM or better


    If you are shooting inside, you must think about lighting.

    You should buy 3 of the same camcorders because it will be impossible to color and audio match the video footage during editing if you have different ones.

    Get a fluid head tripod for each camcorder. Velbon is OK
    http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/366741-REG/Velbon_DV7000_DV_7000_Tripod_with_2_Way.html

    If you use an external mic for each camera, it should be the same model of microphone. Again, you won't be able to match the sound otherwise.Or, use 1 high quality external recorder like the Zoom H4N.

    http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/search?Ntt=Zoom+H4N&N=0&InitialSearch=yes





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    Vegas Pro

    Pluraleyes Plugin http://www.singularsoftware.com/pluraleyes.html
    Last edited by Soopafresh; 9th Feb 2010 at 17:35.
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