Contributed By Glen Berry
Visual Markers are Critical
Accurate Camera Logs Save Time
Use Audio and Visual Markers
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Using a slate, or clapboard, is a critically important organizational tool for post production.
Without accurate camera logs, the post production team will need to spend a great deal more time organizing and managing footage.
Be sure to call out the shot when you use your visual marker. In many cases, a poorly marked slate can be identified by the audio, and vice versa.