Studio-based one-plus-one interview, Computer Graphics

Question 1:

a. List respectively ten main technical and human components necessary to ensure a studio-based one-plus-one interview?
b. How does each component contribute in the process of producing a studio-based one-plus-one interview, once the preparation and the
planning have been done?

Question 2:

a. Prior to shooting on location, video producers visit the sites so as to have a better idea of what to expect, and more importantly, to avoid potential problem areas.

What are the ten fundamental questions that the Producer should ask himself while he is on site visit?

b. Shooting on location usually needs more preparation. Briefly describe ten issues to consider before the recording starts.

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