5 Facts About Legal Videography

5 Facts About Legal Videography



  1. Hiring a Videographer can have a positive impact to your transcript.  It will allow the words on the transcript to come to life by providing insightful visual dimensions.


  1. Professional equipment is required. A Legal Videographers have specialized cameras and audio equipment that can deliver great quality for a record deposition.


  1. A Videographer does not replace a Court Reporter. A Court Reporter is the only person who is certified to produce a transcript. A Videographer adds color to a transcript.


  1. Any format can be used for a recorded deposition file.


  1. Videographers can do more than simply record a deposition: They can assist with live video streaming, provide Picture in Picture services, and more!


Look into Elizabeth Gallo Court Reporting Legal Video services for more information.

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