The biggest technical difficulty with shooting a live seminar is that the speaker cannot stop his lecture if the film crew encounters problems. That's why we have several layers of fail-safes because problems do happen. For example, we record audio from three sources: directly from the venue's sound system, a small lapel microphone that we attach to the speaker, and as a last stand the on-board microphones on our cameras. Clearly, capturing audio is a high priority for us! It is actually the most important thing to capture. If all else fails, as long as the audio is intact then we can still do something about it.
The next step will be video editing and post-production. This actually goes through several phases of passes and approvals. Don't worry, we'll keep you updated with its progress in future blog posts. In the meantime, for Psychologists and Psychometricians, at least you know that we have a third online CPD course for you already in the works!