During my 2nd year of Technical Degree, we had to work on the production of two programs that were recorded in live conditions.
In a group of 15, we were asked to work on the concept of a role-playing game show. We then created the web-tv » L’appel du Jeu » for which I created the logo and the video animations. A part of the team invented the role-playing game and the scenario of it.
On my side, I had the chance to be the co-director (we were two) of this show. I oversaw the preparation of the virtual environments of the different settings, of the titling and finally of the live editing on a TriCaster console. I was in permanent radio contact with the technical team members (cameramen, rigging engineer, etc.). We shot with a mufti-camera set-up of 5 cameras (3 Sony PXW-FS5) plus the contents of a phone screen (for the dice rolls).
We had also prepared in advance 4 virtual environments (you can see examples on the pictures on the right). The shooting was extremely rewarding because technically overly complex.
The live show lasted about 1h15.