That 3M antiglare material you find at office stores.
Bouncing light off the ceiling and
avoiding a direct reflection from lighting to screen to lens.
As to too bright, add light to the room.
I was looking for some tips on how to film a computer or TV screen without producing such a bad glare. Usually, screens look bright even when I turn the backlights on the lowest settings, as well as turning off the backlight on my camcorder. I know it would be better to invest in an on-screen application for just recording the screen movements, but if I want to record a person operating a machine or watching a program, how would I best set up the devices to record the screens for maximum visibility? Or, how could I make it to where the screen looks as if it were sitting in front of you (easy to read and all)?
Info much appreciated.