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A large amount of time is spent on the shot where one presenter is driving and the other is sitting next to them discussing the game. But the screen on which the driving is happening looks blow out and is hard to see.

It would be a visually more pleasing if you captured the TV and then mapped that over the in-shot TV in editing.

Also the timer is nearly impossible to read. If it is important then why not put the time onto the screen in editing?

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It's how we light and adjust the camera. The more clarity we give to the TV, it makes everything else looks yellow or red. Definitely something we need to work on.

Which timer are you refering to ? If its the one for our Top Sim Car segment.. we eliminated it.

Thanks for the suggestions

A large amount of time is spent on the shot where one presenter is driving and the other is sitting next to them discussing the game. But the screen on which the driving is happening looks blow out and is hard to see.

It would be a visually more pleasing if you captured the TV and then mapped that over the in-shot TV in editing.

Also the timer is nearly impossible to read. If it is important then why not put the time onto the screen in editing?

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