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Take A Picture of Your Recording Setup :)

Discussion in 'Video Editing, Recording, Software & Hardware' started by Brodie, Jul 7, 2014.

  1. TiptheOdd
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    Don't mind the "very professional" camera stand. I have a small desk so I have everything cramped a bit. I will also be moving to other room soon so my soundproofing stuff will be a bit better done, for now it mostly serves as better background than I had before. So yeah, that's that.
     
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    And I thought I was the only one that use a digital photo camera to record the video. lol

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    I wonder if I have enough screens?;) I couldn't stop myself. And this is just one corner of my room aka the man cave. I also have a huge green screen set up on the other side of it.
     
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    It's a mostly a gaming setup 'cause that the kinda sorta things I do. :).

    I also now have an external hard drive hooked up to my PS4 and a second external hard drive hooked up to my PC. A back up for my backup. :).

    Also, I'm totally enjoying seeing everyone's setup.

    Later my cool dudes! :).
     
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    Lol my setup is to big to take picture not bc it's alot it's just my space is so small it's hard to get a nice wide, lol the camera is on the bed 3 eye lights which i'm not a fan of and no rim lights but a back light to make the white walls a little bit of color. I have video if want to see it.
     
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    I've also found that a handheld gimbal is quite useful
     
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    I needed an overhead camera mount. I searched online and found most stores offered lots of either flimsy or too expensive solutions. Next i watched a lot of youtube videos where people had made their own but they all ended up buying metal pipe or wood stuff and/or making them way overcomplicated, time consuming, and again expensive. Finally I was inspired by the creativity of some younger youtubers building stuff from Lego, books, and all sorts- making us grown ups look less than clever. :giggle: So i grabbed a couple of items from the Garage and made this is in less than 5 minutes. Hight adjustable and supporting 2 tonnes lol
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    Do you have an audio interface that you use to connect the midi controller and mic to your computer? If so, what brand and model?
     
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    Got some great ideas from this thread! Thanks for sharing.
     

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