dance, theater, concerts
Sound is another tough issue particularly for shooting plays. It is helpful when the actors are using wireless microphones. A feed from the sound system can be brought into the camcorders. With or without the advantage of wireless microphones on the actors, shogun microphones can be discretely placed in front of the stage to pick the actor's voices from as many positions as possible.
For the editing process, all 3 camcorder videos, along with the wireless microphone input, and the shotgun microphone inputs are synchronized on the video editor. This gives the editor (human) the material to make precise camera changes for the best possible view of the play, dance recital, or concert.
DVDs have been popular for delivering the videos to the customer and the quality of the video from a standard definition DVD is quite expectable. There is a movement away from DVDs because lot of people no longer have DVD set top players there is extra cost in producing DVD particularly Blu-ray DVDs. A better way to view the performance is either online (Youtube) or the customer can download a video file (MP4), store it on a PC or MAC, watch it on the PC or MAC, or transfer it to a thumb drive and watch it on a smart TV.