Includes videographer in appropriate dress and demeanor; pro equipment; 60 miles round-trip travel; setup; the first 2 hours of service; teardown; complimentary audio files for the stenographer; and online delivery (usually next day) of digital HD video files formatted as MPEG-4 for immediate use with all major trial presentation and transcript synchronization software.
DEPO SERVICE AREA
Service area exceptions can be made depending on my existing case involvement. For standard deposition service, I will travel within the following areas: Dauphin County; Cumberland County; Lancaster County; Lebanon County; York County; Adams County; Franklin County
* EXHIBIT PRESENTATION
* MOBILE VIDEO CONFERENCING
* TRANSCRIPT SYNCHRONIZATION & CAPTIONING
DIGITAL EXHIBIT PRESENTATION
WHAT IS A DIGITAL EXHIBIT?
The most common digital exhibits for purposes of litigation (that require interactive witness commentary) are diagnostic images, videos, and photos. For document exhibits, I recommend presenting a paper copy at time of deposition, then adding the digitized version to the depo video in a split-screen display with callouts and highlights.
WHY ADD EXHIBITS?
Because depositions can be exhaustive and boring. You’re making the effort to improve this experience by creating a VIDEO deposition. Now you just need to maximize the opportunity by adding every visual possible that will ENGAGE, INFORM, and COMPEL your audience to act. Then you’ll have a seamless, comprehensive deposition for expert review. With the exhibits added to the video before trial, there’s no chance of fumbling the presentation in front of the jury.
VIDEO DISPLAYS A video display is any video exhibit that’s added to the witness video post-depo. Note: Screen recordings of interactive digital exhibits are videos. Most common example is a doctor or expert using a mouse cursor to identify key areas of particular medical images.
IMAGE DISPLAYS Photos can be presented in physical form then scanned to show any physical markups or annotations made by the witness. Screen shots or freeze frames are also presentable.
DOCUMENT DISPLAYS Mark the document as an exhibit. Present to the witness. Have the court reporter scan and send for editing.
CALLOUTS Callouts expand a specific area of the exhibit for an expanded or focused view.
HIGHLIGHTS Highlights are typically used like a highlighter marker on a document in question. Highlighting sections of an exhibit effectively draws attention to key words, phrases, or areas of importance. Different colors such as green, yellow, red, etc. can signify importance or correlations.
MARKUPS / ANNOTATIONS Markups can include applying an arrow, circle, label, date, name, etc. to an exhibit to more clearly identify what’s being discussed.
CUSTOM EDITS There are many ways to apply a custom edit such as facial blur for identity protection or lifting shadows in photos or videos to reveal hidden details. Just reach out to share your needs.
EXHIBIT PRESENTATION & CAPTURE
EQUIPMENT & FACILITATION I can provide a laptop (MacBook Pro), mouse, monitor, and audio speaker at deposition. When you call the exhibit during questioning, I will present the exhibit for the witness. If the exhibit requires recorded interaction, then I will create the screen recording video. You are also welcome to use your own equipment to facilitate the presentation and capture of the exhibits yourself. Should you need equipment beyond this offering, then please contact Capitol Support to discuss your presentation needs. http://capitolsupport.net/
VIDEO LENGTH (MINUTES) x PRODUCTION FEE + EDITS = TOTAL
PRODUCTION FEE This fee covers the cost of video receipt, optimization, storage, export, upload, online hosting and access to your video file. This fee is measured by the length of the video file (in minutes).
For service requests and more detailed pricing information, please send an email from your work/law firm email address to firstname.lastname@example.org
DEPO video conferencing
Includesequipment, setup, test, and all-day connection to the deposition.