Quote Originally Posted by jasonbrooks View Post
Just one other possibility that might help out other people in future, would be to use a completely independent lo-fidelity camera setup of some sort that's recording the screen of your monitor during the shoot. I'm thinking of a low-end DSLR or even a smartphone (potentially even the client's!). Obviously for this to be useful you need to have the timecode displayed on the output monitor at all times. :-)
Talk about old school! That brings back memories of the days before quad splitters - when we did multicam shoots we'd make our own by stacking together 4 monitors (these were tube monitors, so they were basically boxes and didn't need to be rigged) and shoot the monitors with another camera going to a 3/4" deck so the director would have a review copy to see all the cameras and do his paper cut.