How to Shoot ASMR Cooking Videos

How to Shoot ASMR Cooking Videos
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How to Shoot ASMR Cooking Videos
How to Shoot ASMR Cooking Videos

On Camera Shotgun Microphones
Rode VideoMic NTG –
Rode VideoMic –
Rode VideoMicro –
Takstar SGC-598 –

Mic Stand Boom Arm –
Microphone Clip –
Microphone Ball Head –
Cold Shoe for Ball Head –
25 Foot Audio Extension Cable –
Special Audio Cable for Phones –
RODE VideoMic Studio Boom Kit –

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00:00 – Intro
01:11 – Equipment You Need
03:53 – How to Setup the Equipment
04:05 – How to Position the Microphone
05:06 – Love Me
05:18 – Tip 1 – Test Your Audio
06:45 – Auto Audio Levels
07:59 – Tip 2 – Film Closer Shots
08:48 – Tip 3 – Great for Talking Shots
09:19 – Cooking Creators Course
09:44 – Cooking Creators Facebook Group

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  1. Great video! I actually have the same mic and camera as you (based off your rec) and I recently recorded some stuff with out checking my camera audio levels, and it sounds terrible. I looked up what Rode recommends and they say to turn down the internal camera preamp as low as possible (so for the Sony A6400 that's 1) and I did sound test and it was perfect.

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