Multi-Camera Vs Single CameraWatch
For those who don't know what this is, it is a production that uses more than one camera. An example of this is 'The Jeremy Kyle Show'.
I want to know if you prefer multi-camera productions to single camera productions, and why?
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It depends on the purpose and format of the production. Some, for instance, the Jeremy Kyle show lend themselves to multi-camera set-ups. Others, such as Antiques Roadshow (for instance), or some soap-operas, are more suited for single camera.
I think, generally speaking, if the production is based in a studio and/or is live, and has a lot of interaction then multi-camera is best. Otherwise, go for single camera, where more attention can be given to the subject that camera's picking up.
I would say that I wouldn't have a preference. I prefer Single camera when I'm editing a project such as a Drama or an informative video and I prefer Multicamera during Live Productions.
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