joeri wrote:My experience is that one camera for taping and one for grabbing is not enough... maybe that was because I was doing it all alone.
I just discussed this with Marco and it does seem that everything should be fine in the main hall. All the video and audio will be mixed and cut together and then just compressed overnight.
joeri wrote:As you say it goes one on one (why is this still realtime? firewire can be 2x speed right?) But even if not all is grabbed then it still would be a big advantage to have large parts grabbed I think.
Yeah, I think there is capturing software that *can* capture faster, but I use Final Cut Pro which can't.
joeri wrote:Last year there was no HD-Recorder, are you bringing one or did Angela arange one for you?
The recording/mixing is done by De Waag (they way I understood it) but the HDD for the actual media is mine.
joeri wrote:btw. I'll be at the conference the friday and the saturday.
I will bring a dvcam and a computer for grabbing. Can the BF provide you with an extra external HD? If not I can bring one, but that does not help you much. Unless maybe we downgrade fps and burn dvd-roms of that footage.
Since it seems that we have a "tapeless" workflow covered for the main hall, all we have to do is support Jef, who's taping the second floor, to get his stuff off the tapes. This should work with just one machine and cam. I'll have another (~100 GB) FW/USB drive for this purpose (there's about 6 h/day of material in the second room).