06-01-2021 10:55 AM
06-01-2021 11:27 AM
well it depends on the type of content that you will be dishing out, if you will be making a screencast video, the a USB mic like the blue yeti or fifine k690 is the perfect option. If you will mobile will shooting or will be in front of a camera, a lavelier mic is okay. More expensive mics set up are available, but these are the best budgeted mic
06-16-2021 04:19 AM
Hi I just use a USB HD camera and it functions for my video and audio!
But remember no matter the camera you use in a video dont be to close to the camera/mic or to far or your audio wont come out loud enough or clear enough.
Hope this is helpful! 🙂
06-16-2021 06:05 AM - edited 06-16-2021 06:14 AM
I own both a Blue Yeti (condenser mic) and a Shure MV7 (dynamic mic). Both are very good, although the MV7, because it's a dynamic mic, does a much better job of filtering out background noise, meaning I have to do far less post-editing of my audio when I use it.
I use the MV7 when I'm in my office at home, and the Yeti when I'm at my summer camper.
06-17-2021 01:39 AM
It depends on how much you are willing to spend. The more you spend the better your audio will be.
Best of luck.
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