We recorded seven tunes, one of them a second take. There were three camera operators, a sound engineer, and a director/producer, plus a stage manager and a person who operated the fog machine. Yeah, that last one was important: when we did this a few years ago, the dry ice completely engulfed our drummer and made things difficult for a few others.
They provided a DVD of the finished product, with titles and camera cuts as they’ll be broadcast. Also they gave us raw video to edit as we wish for our own use.
It was a good experience. It made a difference having so many people involved: if one person has to jump between dry ice and sound board, plus preset cameras instead of operating them live, the results just aren’t as good.