Do you want to save money on a local, reliable, experienced videographer to record your legal deposition? Get the San Francisco Bay Area’s leading, high tech, legal video court reporting service, Film Crew SF. We specialize in providing the highest quality video depositions, mock video trial services and more for the the top law firms in Bay Area and specifically San Francisco, as well as for individual attorneys and court reporting services throughout the Bay Area. With many years of production experience, we take pride in providing legal teams with the most professional videographers and service available. One-Two day turn around times. Larger video companies hirer low paid, untrained videographers, charge you more money then make a profit by passing the added expense to your client and your company. We provide expedient local, Owner operated low cost professional videography service that uses the latest in video tech to provide you the video deposition when you ask for it and need it.
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$359 – LEGAL VIDEOGRAPHY – HALF DAY (0-3 Hours)
$489 – LEGAL VIDEOGRAPHY – FULL DAY (3+ Hours)
$250 – REMOTE PARTICIPATION – FIRST 2 USERS (Deposition location + first remote attorney)
$100 – REMOTE PARTICIPATION – ADDITIONAL USERS
$100 – Full day – REMOTE LIVE STREAMING (Per Login)
$20 – Per Deposition IMMEDIATE WEB ACCESS TO MEDIA – Within 24 hours from end of deposition
$200 Per Deposition VIDEO/TEXT SYNCHRONIZATION – Complimentary to taking party
DELIVERY OF MEDIA VIA SECURE DOWNLOAD- (MPEG-1, MPEG-2 or MPEG-4)
How we work:
Our videographer professional always arrives an hour before the deposition begins, the videographer sets up the equipment which broadly consists of an iPad camera, a digital microphone, assorted cables, a backdrop, and a backup Wi-Fi hotspot. We also use a backup video camera for fail safe operation and redundancy.
Conference preparation: Each conference room site is assessed for optimum lighting and sound and then documented for potential subsequent sessions at that location. The video, sound and light equipment is deployed, an Internet connection is established, and an audio and video test begins. During the test, as well as the actual deposition, the videographer records the content to the local hard driveon the iPad and professional camera and as an additional service can simultaneously video stream to the cloud or client.
The final video is recorded in high definition MPEG4 file format, but can be downloaded for convenience to older computers in an MPEG1, or MPEG2 format for clients. Moreover, the media can also be provided via DVD or thumb drive.