Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Professional Court Videography takes more than just a camcorder

Court Videography, also known as video court reporting, is not only limited to courtrooms. The professional videographer is responsible for the process of recording video and images with advanced multimedia equipment that is later used for legal matters and court cases.

Documenting crime scene evidence, proof of damages, enhancing and cropping images, validating material, video synchronization and recording of court sessions – these are all the responsibilities of a professional court videographer.

Videographers also provide day-in-the-life movies and evidence of frauds, wills and pre-nuptial agreements.

Many videographers are not fully qualified and authorized – they are merely people with a camcorder. So if you are looking for a videographer you have to find a reliable professional that knows how to utilize the most innovative technologies.

For qualified court reporters and videographers visit www.veritext.com. Veritext.com is the one-stop source for all your Court Reporting, videography and Transcription needs. The court reporters of Veritext are currently available in New York, California, Florida, Chicago and other areas throughout the United States.

22 comments:

Rosalie Kramm said...

Videography is a great way to preserve the record. Most court reporting firms today have in-house legal video and some are venturing into the trial production arena.

Anonymous said...

The problem with these so-called legal videography courses such as CLVS they are set over 1 weekend and many people who take them are not from a video/film background.

It's best to hire video and film graduates who have 5-6 years of video and tech know-how. your CLVS camcorder cowboys will not be experienced enough when your camera or other equipment malfunctions or you hit a snag.

shikasara said...

Thanks for your info. It's best to hire video and film graduates who have 5-6 years of video and tech know-how.


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Kim Neeson said...

Court reporting and videography work hand in glove - most importantly, perhaps, is the ability to capture facial expressions, body language, tonality of speech and the like. For example, a joke may get lost in the black and white print of a transcript, but is made clear by watching the video. Videography is a great enhancement to any testimony given.

Court Reporting said...

Hi Thank you share this type of information it was a very useful to me. Videography is a huge improvement to any demonstration known.

Dave said...

For professional Videographers go to www.silkdeposition.com

Adwanes said...

This is great, indeed, court videography helps a lot in having a impact in the legal field, this is a very good kind of proof!

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court reporting agency said...

Court reporting agencies hire professional videographers to record important events in the court. I know that they are effective and important on a court hearing so I salute all of those men out there!

FRL Texas Court Reporting said...

Having a staff of certified legal video professionals is crucial to any court reporting firm these days.

Tony Wright said...

I actually attended a deposition where an attorney used his iPhone to record a video deposition.

Court Reporting said...

Court reporters New York provides transcripts that are flawless and free from any kind of spelling or grammatical errors. In addition, they also provide legal video services that proves to be important for any legal proceeding.

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Mark Riets said...

Legal videos by the court reporters are a great way for the attorneys to review the legal proceedings, without actually being there.

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Mark Reitz said...

Videography is a great way to record way for the depositions. If looking for miami court reporters services and videographers then contact us.

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Shelly Slader said...

I never considered this job before but it sounds interesting. Not only would it be fun using multimedia equipment but it would also be interesting to be in different court hearings. I bet you would hear some interesting cases over the years.
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Edmond Vandergraff said...

I have never been in a courtroom before, but I would love to attend a hearing someday. I knew that they allowed camcorders in the room, but I didn't know how else they recorded things. It's so important I guess that they have a record of everything that happens in a case.
Edmond Vandergraff | http://www.westmorelandreporting.com/services/court-reporting-services/

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