Easily post produced and well rehearsed? Maybe, but that is not what Scott desires. He wants just the facts and fast for your information. He doesn't intend to win awards or blow big production costs. He shot the thing with an iphone, for crissakes! There was no dry run, no rehearsals, and no clues given to the guy what Scott was going to ask.That being said though, the interview could have been easily edited to make it look professional. Or the guy should have done a dry run to make sure all demoed features were working properly. This is a pre-recorded interview/demonstration.
If you want slick big productions, go to CNBC. Even TWIT had a large production crew with producers, directors and grips, live switch editor, graphics editor, and researcher. Must have counted a dozen staff to support his interviews. Scott only had EVA his wife, Dfergie on camera and HokieEngineer doing stills. I'm not staff and I was their volunteer for backup but was not needed. We sat around waiting for 10 minutes, and then the guy shows up and the interview began in less than a minute. Welcome to CES reporting, jacmyoung. Hope you understand now.