We offer a range of video taping and editing services, depending on your unique needs for documenting an event, teaching or training, or developing a promotional project.
• consult for your video project development and budgeting for grant proposals
• videotape speaker presentations and other live events, with one or two cameras
• shoot video in our studio or on-location, with appropriate lighting and sound equipment
• incorporate effective video components into your multimedia educational or training projects
• edit raw footage into a polished, completed video, ready for delivery on tape, disc, or the Web
• add titles, subtitles, labeling, voiceover narration, music, special effects, and closed captioning
• provide comprehensive video creation services including videotaping, editing, graphics, encoding for online delivery, DVD authoring, and duplication assistance
• convert VHS videotape to digital formats compatible with your needs and optionally edit it to your specifications
Even simple video projects require planning and coordination. Therefore, it is best to contact and coordinate with us well in advance of starting your project. We will schedule a preliminary meeting with you to discuss your needs and expectations. We will follow up with a written proposal and cost estimate. The more detail you can provide about your project at the beginning, the more accurate an estimate we can provide.
Here is a list of several videos we recently completed production on:
Robotic Hysterectomy in the Morbidly Obese Patient: Tips and Tricks, by Leslie Bradford MD-Gynecologic Oncology – A video showing the advantages of the DaVinci robotic system for performing minimally-invasive surgical procedures
Organ and Tissue Donation, by Pat Chesmore – A video for educating health professionals on the benefits of organ donation
Uterine Artery Sparing Robotic Abdominal Radical Trachelectomy, by David Kushner MD and Ellen Hartenbach MD-Gynecologic Oncology – A video showing the advantages of the DaVinci robotic system for performing minimally-invasive surgical procedures
Welcome Video for New Residents to the Department of Urology, by Bruce Slaughenhoupt MD – self-explanatory
Obstetrics and Gynecology Simulation Training Lab video for Open House, by Ellen Hartenbach MD and John Street – A promotional video showing the advantages of the training lab for residents, medical students and others, to be shown at the department's open house.
Popliteal Entrapment, by William Turnipseed MD – Demonstrates a vascular surgery technique
Note: Please be prepared by first obtaining copyright permission if you are requesting conversion or duplication of existing material.
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January 17, 2013