Now that we’re well into the 21st century, you’ve probably used video for a variety of functions, including remote and interactive depositions or day-in-the-life videos for demand letters or jury trials.
However, you may want to consider adding another class of videos to your litigation toolbox: specialty videos.
Specialty video may include the following:
Surveillance video processing: Seeing an incident happen in real-time can make or break a case, but surveillance video is notoriously hard to see. It tends to be grainy and messy, but our services can brighten and sharpen the footage. We can blur subjects, export still frames, and work our magic to ensure that your audience gets a clear picture of what happened (or didn’t happen).
- Subject/perspective videos: The judge, jury, and insurance company get a firsthand look from a subject’s perspective.
- Drone/aerial video: To get an overview of an area, attorneys often resort to low-resolution Google Earth images. Our footage is sharper and easier to see.
- Site inspection video and photography: Get a 360-degree panoramic view of any scene. When you present, you can also control the pace and perspective.
- Multi-camera shots: Get access to multiple perspectives with multiple cameras. We can also overlay 3D animations to recreate a scene.
When a visual aid is a necessary component for your case, consider using Precise for your specialty video services and elevate your storytelling. Contact us to schedule a consultation.
Learn more about the video services we offer at Precise, Inc.