I need some advice. I'm doing a two camera interview shoot. Both cameras are identical -- Sony Vixia HF21. I've already shot a few interviews with the cameras, thinking that since both cameras are identical make and model, my color balance would be accurate.
I set both to the same TUNGSTEN setting, but one camera produced a slightly more red coloration than the other.
So I have a few questions.
First, in the future, I'm thinking I have to manually white balance both cameras against a white card. Easy enough. But, how is it best done? That is, each camera has its own position. Let's call them A and B. So...should I place both cameras in their respective positions and THEN white balance or should I, say, place camera 1 in position A, white balance, and then place camera 2 in position A, white balance, and then put one camera in position A and the other in B? Does that make sense? In other words, should both cameras be white balanced from the same spot before putting them in position?
Next question: How in the world do I white balance in Kdenlive?! Like I said, the footage from one camera is a bit more red than the other. How do I make the footage from the "red" camera match the footage from the other?