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    Interesting on the takes on this. Most of my...

    Interesting on the takes on this. Most of my stuff is centred on entertainment, and it's quite common to have maybe 15 minutes the audience side of a safety curtain, or tab set, just in case. Most...
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    I never keep boxes even for products under...

    I never keep boxes even for products under warranty. I cannot imagine doing it apart from a few items where the value is in the box too. I bought a couple of those Shure SM58 anniversary mobs in the...
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    How about some old stuff?

    In between jobs, so I started to have a tidy up - first for ages and got sidetracked when I found some flight cases!

    WARNING - if easily offended by old video gear, don't watch. No cards, no HD,...
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    The practical profit on making a cable like this...

    The practical profit on making a cable like this works out to around 30 here in the UK and the customer would have to shell out around 60 with parts and tax to consider. If you could make and sell...
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    I just read Charles comment properly. I’ve got...

    I just read Charles comment properly. I’ve got one of the BM SDI to hdmi devices and it never occurred to me the in and out were not a simple loop! Thanks.
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    I can do 100m from camera to monitor, but my ten...

    I can do 100m from camera to monitor, but my ten year old Blackmagic switchers will not lock, oddly - the cheap SDI to HDMI converter I have for the BM ATEM mini does? Two 60m cables won't work on...
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    If it's part of the deal I give them every bit of...

    If it's part of the deal I give them every bit of footages shot - BUT - 'every' does not include the waving around shots, the test zooms, the focus experiments, the hunt and peck looking around...
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    Balance it with considering that repeated...

    Balance it with considering that repeated insertion will wear the contacts and possibly remove any surface treatment and potentially allow oxidation and contaminant build up. You could consider any...
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    The only snag with libraries is that you don't...

    The only snag with libraries is that you don't get an exclusive licence so other people could be using the same tracks - you could probably get a person to do unique music for your show for the same...
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    Have you thought about looking for a second hand...

    Have you thought about looking for a second hand X32 digital desk? The producers go for very silly money now and their computer interface capability are really good, and the preamps are good too - I...
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    I know we started off talking about outdoors, but...

    I know we started off talking about outdoors, but those videos made me think - so I went around the studio today collecting shotguns and recorded each one I found.

    Essentially I set the gain,...
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    In recordings where shotguns appear to perform...

    In recordings where shotguns appear to perform poorly, so often we jump to differences in brand being the decider but in all things microphone differences always seem to track back to basics....
  13. I've been using steel deck for years 4x4 with 2'...

    I've been using steel deck for years 4x4 with 2' legs. I have a bad back, so everything I have now has wheels, or wheelboards. This looks pretty decent and much lighter than steel deck, but...
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    How much height have you got - if it's not too...

    How much height have you got - if it's not too low, you can even use old sheets - and use elastic bunny cords on the corners to pull it tight - then light it from over or under. No good with a low...
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    Polystyrene on the ceiling is a huge fire hazard,...

    Polystyrene on the ceiling is a huge fire hazard, probably bad enough to invalidate insurance. My insurance specifically bans polystyrene tiles. Matt emulsion works well enough. Some of the LED tape...
  16. Here in the UK none of this is on our news and...

    Here in the UK none of this is on our news and the only thing I am noticing is some rises in the two way radio prices from China. $10 hikes per unit seem common on orders two weeks apart? The huge...
  17. My old machine had this trouble, and I only...

    My old machine had this trouble, and I only discovered it when I did the first really layered video. There's simply too much data being shuffled around. What I did was broke the video into 30...
  18. I think it's so they can give you nice present...

    I think it's so they can give you nice present ideas when it gets near the date!
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    I'd add that the skill of the person aiming is...

    I'd add that the skill of the person aiming is probably even more important. So many people demonstrate booming skills that verge on the ludicrous. Aiming vaguely in the direction, and rarely...
  20. FS5: The funniest thing with OB work is that people...

    The funniest thing with OB work is that people always come up to you and ask questions afterwards - if it's sport, they'll ask about a foul or an injury, and if it's music, they'll ask about strings...
  21. That's actually very clever - sadly, it's...

    That's actually very clever - sadly, it's something I don't have the imagination to make. I'd like too see more though.
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    The best word ever was hyperbole, second to...

    The best word ever was hyperbole, second to hysteresis neither of which trip off the tongue in the correct way. During a long running summer season with a comedian here in the UK, I'd challenge him...
  23. Any examples? I can't quite imagine the kind of...

    Any examples? I can't quite imagine the kind of thing you're planning? Sounds interesting though?
  24. For a musician the important thing is that...

    For a musician the important thing is that lighting comes in two forms, lighting for illumination and lighting for mood. The lighting in a mood video will have shadows, hotspots, darkness, and...
  25. We had film, we had tape too - we had job titles...

    We had film, we had tape too - we had job titles linked to historic processes - 'grams' still comes up linked to operators, or the sound that comes up on a fader - but gramophones? A theatre I work...
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