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Question.... when I do a direct feed via a snake from the mixer to the camera, what is actually recorded to the camera ? Is it the mix or are any iso tracks recorded ?? 

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To be more definitive:

 

A mix track or a split mix.

 

Cable good for static studio shoots but an radio hop is

easiest for moving camera situations, but then you need

to offer a recorded backup just in case or radio failure.

Additionally then time-coded files and a TC box on the camera

may be requested. Always check what is needed!

 

mike

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Excellent.  Thank you for your replies.  I do more run and gun stuff but when I do more static shoots having a direct feed to the camera seems to be a better option since it “should” be better than a wireless signal ??!! :) 

On 4/27/2018 at 4:08 PM, KGraham045 said:

Depends on what you route to the outputs....

I have the 633, regarding what is routed to the output.... if I want the mix going out what should I have it set to ??? I’m fairly new to the 633.  Thabk you 

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excellent links...  I have been watching all of those videos and learning more each day.  Thank you 

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