Category: Monitor and Video Card
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 4 MB
Operating System: Windows 98, Windows XP, Windows NT, Windows 2000
Latest Version / Release Date: 18.104.22.168 / 11/21/2002
The Digital MultiCam (Video) device is used in a multiple camera or multicam mode of production which is a technique of shooting TV programs and films. In this shooting technique, several camera devices either video or film are utilized to concurrently broadcast as well as record a scene. In general, 2 outer camera devices shoot ‘crosses’ (close shots) of the 2 characters with the most screen time on the set, while a main camera/s is shooting a wider master shot for capturing the overall scene and establishing the set’s geography. This way, plenty of shots are acquired in one take without starting or stopping an action. This technique is especially useful for shows that are to be aired in a short amount of time after shooting since it decreases the time to be spent for editing the footage. It is likewise a necessity for high-oupt and regular shows such as soap operas that air daily.
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Aside from saving time for editing, scenes will also be shot faster with the multicam technique since there is no need to re-light the set and set up alternate camera devices for different angles for a scene to be re-shot from various angles. It likewise decreases the difficulty of tracking continuity concerns that arise when a certain scene is shot from a different angle. It is also important for live TV. The utilization of multiple video camera devices to shoot a scene actually started out from television’s earliest days when 3 camera devices were utilized for broadcasting the first drama ever aired on television in 1928 – the Queen’s Messenger. Since then, NBC and BBC routinely utilized multiple camera devices for live TV shows starting from 1936 up to the present. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Digital MultiCam (Video) errors before installing any driver updates.