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Making the Right Audio Connections for Live and Corporate Video

December 15, 2015 by Chuck Baker

Whether shooting in a corporate studio or in the field at a live event, if you want to get great audio you’ll need to properly connect the right microphones to your cameras for the job, or, when you can, take live audio feed from the studio or location sound board.  Jan Ozer has done a complete step-by-step guide to how to make these connections, adjust the audio settings on the camera and test for proper sound.   Read the complete tutorial at StreamingMedia.com:

Read the complete tutorial at StreamingMedia.com: Tutorial: Making the Right Audio Connections for Live and Corporate Video.

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