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Simulate a Multi-camera Shoot with One Camera

September 16, 2022

Using multiple cameras to cover an interview or an event can take an otherwise static scene and add some shot variation. It’s not an obscure concept; the more angles and shots an editor has to work with, the more dynamic the finished piece can be. However, as great as it is to have multiple cameras on set, there is a caveat that comes with this; cost.

If the budget allows for multiple cameras and operators, that is a preferable option, but sometimes a video’s finances can limit the scope. Whether you are a client looking to shave off some overhead or an independent producer trying to deliver a polished project with limited crew or gear, there is a potential solution.

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