We are doing regular events with two speakers on the floor who have their own presentations in parallel.
The event is a live hacking presentation, one speaker is the moderator and victim, the other one is the attacker who shows his virtual machines on his screen.
Until now, we have recorded those sessions with a single camera and without external microphones.
The audio quality is therefore quite bad, especially when there's much noise from the audience.
The presentations are also not very good readable because the camera is set up in an odd angle to catch the speakers without interfering with the audience. What would be the best setup to catch such events?
I was thinking of recording both speakers with an external microphone on the floor and two cameras for each presentation.
Is this feasible?
Should we also do a screen capture to cut them in, synchronized with the speakers?