ConcertVideo411.com was created to communicate useful information about concert video production (or even just general live event production). The focus is on low-to-moderate budget approaches that can produce high quality results for people who are serious about trying to produce a live concert (or other type of performance).
ConcertVideo411.com presents a growing series of articles discussing some of the major elements involved in producing a quality live concert video. Hopefully, this information is consistent with things you are trying to learn…and reading these articles might shorten your learning curve or generate even better strategies to produce high quality concert videos.
If you have additional ideas or improved strategies or have suggestions for additional topics for discussion, please share them here so that others can learn from your ideas and creativity.
Some of the articles currently posted (and those that are planned) are shown below. This list will grow as more articles are added and ConcertVideo411.com Members contribute their own experiences and recommendations.
- Background – A Simple Approach to Concert Video Production
- Live Event Production: Real-time or Post Production Editing
- Number of Cameras Needed and Camera Placement Options
- Atlanta Rhythm Section: Live at the Stabler Arena (Example Production)
Other articles coming soon:
- Video Capture and Camera Use – Framing the Shots and Just What to Capture
- Coordinating and Synchronizing Video from Multiple Cameras
- Types of Cameras Available – Pros and Cons
- The Importance of High Quality Audio – How to Capture High Quality Audio
- Multiple Camera Video Editing
- Editing System Options
- DVD Replication and Duplication
- DVD Authoring
- Distribution and Marketing Options