I'm going to shoot three 'tweens' separately on green screen and green floor mats, and composite them into a 3D set using Eyeon's Fusion.
The output will mostly be for the web, but also for DVD and possibly BluRay.
I've never shot green screen with fast movements before, and am unsure of how to deal with the audio?
I've got a large boom, but ... I don't think that's going to be ideal.
My options seem to be:
1. find some kind of headset (like Madonna would wear in concert), and record audio wirelessly.
2. Record a scratch track with the boom, and ADR using Premiere/AE CS6 to match the ADR to the scratch.
I'll probably use Primatte in either Fusion or AE to key the footage - and shoot at 6x compression for highest quality.
I'd appreciate any thoughts on what kind of trouble I might get into (and how to avoid it), and the 'best' way to proceed with audio, etc? I'm used to 30 second shots, and this will be much longer. I need to get all my ducks in a row for a dress rehearsal soon.