Then the video is edited and sped up 2000 times to get in sync with the music again.
Take 2.1 is the first try I did at 5% speed.
Take 3.1 and 3.2 were shot next to Watershed at Bristol, UK
Take 3.3 was shot at Castle Park (Bristol)
There is a lot of difference between the take 3.1 and 3.2. The second having a better performance. During the first try we found what kind of cues where needed. The laptop screen is hard to see on sunlight but it is very helpful, specially on scene changes. On the take 3.3 I could rely a lot more on the verbal indications. Lip poses are a thought one yet. When the coreography and poses are memorized you can easily follow time cues such as "leg going up" and "leg going down" which are easily represented by one assistant waiving the hand up and down, for example.
I think next individual tests will focus on "lip syncing" (methods for recalling lip poses) and "using props". I also need to start testing shots with more people and see how to manage different people while dancing and doing scene transitions.