I'm bidding an on location production of a 1/2 local TV show. Yes, 'local' being the key budget word. The plan is to shoot on location five shows in one day - at a home, business, or storefront like a kitchen or coffee house. 3 cameras fixed positions, talking head, live-to-tape.
Any suggestions for a simple multi-camera switcher system? We may just record the live segments and assemble the features in post. Ideally, it would be great to have a finished show minus mastering on site. But yeah, I understand the repercussions of the gear to pull that off. We'd need live graphics overlay (moving and static with alpha) Probably could squeeze by with only one source deck.
The Visual Rabbi
"Crafting Visual Messages to Engage and Persuade"
I stil llike the good ole Grass Vallet 100. Componant, all the inputs and MEs ya need. More than enough for what ya wanna do. On a budget. Live switching to a recorder is yer buddy. Record the isos if you need handles on cutaways later on. IN the end, any componant switcher will do just fine.