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a) How large would a lecture be if recorded? (a lecture is 50 mins long)

Larger than a'd have to do in on DVD. My question is, though, why would you want to transfer it to CD? Why not just put it on VHS?

b) Is it feasible to record the sound separately and then add it to the video track later?

Well, yes, possible, but why, again, would you want to do this? Why not just make sure to capture good audio on the shoot?

c) What other issues am I obviously ignorant of that really need to be thought about?

I feel like your leaving something out here. Do you want to sell this? As a college professor, I can tell you that recording a lecture for one semester, will do a student in the following semesters little good. Teachers may cover the basics, but most, if they're good, will work off of class questions and such. Hence, different semesters get slightly different material, outside of the basics, that would most-likely be on a test for that semester, and that semester only.

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