On 15/11/2013, Tom Fine wrote:
> All of this still requires post-production, which is what no one has
> time to do. I'm so surprised there's no software to just record it all
> live as it happens, audio feed and video feed, right out of the house
> system, right on the house computer (or the recordist's laptop). Maybe
> one of the Zoom or other recorders can take a DVI feed instead of
> using the built-in camera? I supposed you could do this to a good
> old-fashioned DVD recorder (using composite video instead of DVI), but
> no one has those anymore.
If you are still talking about Tape-slide, you could hardly get a usable
result other than by digitising the slides and the sound track of the
cassette, and then re-syncing them.
Simply pointing a video camera at the screen would give extremely poor
results, although the result could be useful as a key for the
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