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Ideally you would take care of the images on the screen in post-production, whether it be green-screening or motion-tracking. OBS is a free program that can do the green-screening for you, just ask the presenter for the images that will be on the screen. You can also do motion tracking using something like After Effects, Boujou, or Smoke. If none of that ...


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If you can, record the video going to the TV separately while recording the speaker. Shoot the video from a stable tripod. After shooting, overlay the feed from the TV directly over the TV. This will replace any glare on the screen and ensure you have the highest possible quality looking screen and allow you to only have to worry about ideally lighting ...


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If you can't use green-screen (the ideal), I'd recommend a couple of things. First, use a screen with a matte surface to reduce specular reflections and present more diffuse ones. These are somewhat rarer that glossy ones. Second, angle the screen slightly top-forward, to deflect some reflections down and away from the camera. A slight parallax won't be ...



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