Mike in Florida says:
Video is kicking my butt. See an example here (or to the right). Mixed lighting is the primary reason. In Florida, we are closer to the equator and everyone has film on their windows to reduce unwanted interior solar heating. The films are all different but generally reduce the red. In addition, the beachfront condos tend to be long with windows on the far end and dimly lit on the opposite side--usually with incandescent or fluorescent--or most typically, a mix.
The customers want a walk-through to show the flow, but the lighting dictates separate sequences for different temperatures--which is not what the customers want. Even with separate sequences, it is often impossible to have a single-color light source. I usually will reduce yellows in post-processing, but this can give a dull lifeless image in many cases. The best I have been able to do is to start with an outside view and then turn around to the room with the White Balance set to Auto. This sometimes gives okay results but is often not the quality I want to provide. My video camera is a Sony A6300.
I'm sure you will get lots of reader advice, but here's mine:
What advice do others have?