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1) How do we break the Guiness World Record ( I assume with 5,001 people?)
Yes, some of the relevant the guidelines are that all Guinness World Records record titles must fulfill key criteria including:
2) Does our video need to be one continuous shot, or could we shoot the video in segments and still qualify to break the world record?
It needs to be one continuous shot. The guidelines are as follows:
"Be sure to include it in full, in one continuous take (no cheating – we will catch you!), and get all of the action in the frame at all times, it must be clear what is going on. Setting your camera up on a tripod for records where you remain in place, or having a friend/family-member film you for records where you move around more, will help a lot here. For time-based records, include a visible stopwatch/countdown timer throughout the attempt."