Custom Video Services - Digital Video Recordings
Video Depositions, Multimedia Depositions, Picture-in-Picture Depositions, Day-in-the-Life Documentaries, Compulsory Medical Exams, Site Inspections, HD Video.
Video is a rich tool that speaks louder than the written transcript. Video depositions are much more likely to keep a jury's attention. Moreover, good printed testimony of a credible witness can become great testimony, when seen as a video.
Activities of Daily Living Documentaries
An "Activities of Daily Living" Documentary is the best way for a jury, mediation panel or as an important element to a settlement presentation, to see and understand the devastating impact of a traumatic injury.
Compulsory Medical Exams
Video recording CMEs is the best way to secure an accurate record of what transpired between a Doctor and a Patient
Video recording site inspections is the best way to secure an accurate record of a physical location, allowing the attorney and jury to view first-hand nuisances that cannot be translated in a static picture or in a neutral written record.
When the witness makes use of x-rays, medical illustrations or any exhibit that requires the videographer to anticipate direction and make precise camera movements, this can often lead to unsure and eratic motion. The jury's attention should be focused.
Custom Video Services now offers live video switching to our clients. Using multi-camera and multi-input split screen and picture-in-picture we make the witness, the evidence and the jury interactive.
PDF files, documents, photos, medical illustrations, charts, videos, a YouTube URL or website address are just some of the media already in your laptop or tablet. These are integrated live and in real time during the deposition directly from your device’s output. By giving the witness the ability to draw directly onto the screen; documents can be highlighted; x-rays, photos or any exhibit can be marked with arrows, circles, lines, X's or freehand markings in a variety of colors, just like John Madden when he explains the play. These markups and exhibits are then preserved on the video record and can be printed. Digital technology turns an ordinary video deposition into an effective jury presentation.