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There are two ways to achieve a more organic feel: Flair software allows you to learn moves in real time to the computer. This works best on pan/tilt focus and zoom. The camera operator can use handwheels or Pan bars to follow the action of the actors. The move can then be saved to disk and can be played back later for other passes.
A second way is to program a move as per normal thru inputting "key frames". If the move is run, it is possible to add manual movement to it by using handwheels or joysticks if a correction is needed to compensate for example the timing of actors or just to add some "roughness".