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Environment for Taping 

Environment for Taping
Chapter:
Environment for Taping
Source:
Video Protocols and Techniques for Movement Disorders
Author(s):

Brandon R. Barton MD, MS

and Deborah A. Hall MD, PhD

DOI:
10.1093/med/9780199948512.003.0002

Environmental conditions are crucial to producing a good video. A designated area for videotaping is necessary to consistently produce consistently high-quality standardized videos. For those who evaluate movement disorder patients frequently, a special video room dedicated to filming patients is ideal, with controlled conditions for quality background and lighting. An identified hallway or space where patients can walk a longer distance is also needed. Key video room equipment and technical equipment kept in the video room will assure all resources are needed for adequate videotaping, including props, furniture, and writing tools. We provide tips that will prevent some of the common mistakes observed on poor-quality videotapes.

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