how does filmmakers film with multi cameras and sound its not affected ?

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Answer #1 | 23/12 2013 08:25
Good observation James! With professional cameras, unlike consumer grade ones which you may be more familiar with, sound is usually not recorded at the same source as the video/film. Meaning that there may be multiple cameras to cover an event or staging but there is only one audio source (microphone). In other words, there is not a microphone recording audio at each camera as you may be imagining. The director/editor/switcher does not cut the audio and video together, just the video while the audio remains constant. If each time the video was cut, the audio was cut also, this would be very distracting and overly complicated from a technical perspective.
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Answer #2 | 23/12 2013 17:05
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