Litigation Technology Services
Deposition video
Video Conference Deposition
Videography ("Zoom Depo")
  • Professional Video Technicians
  • Choose your Framing Preference
  • On-Screen Clutter Excluded
  • Notary Public Videographers to Ensure Admissible Video 
  • In-House Synchronizing Available

Deposition video
DCM - Digital Case Management knows that your streaming
deposition video will be used in the exact same way as on-location deposition video: for courtroom playback, settlement hearings and review by your experts. Whether you prefer the standard, full-screen framing of an on-location deposition video, or wish to include the exhibits presented to the witness; the recording should capture the witness and their answers, how they react to being challenged and how credible they do (or do not) appear.  You don't need anything extraneous in the shot.

Many depositions recorded via Zoom or other video conferencing services fall short, even when they're managed by someone at the office of a large court reporting firm.  Most agency office staff are not experienced deposition videographers.  Some make no effort to manage the appearance or audio of the witness.

You also shouldn't have to accept whatever results emerge from the webconference's video recording algorithm. They design their service for group and family meetings, not depositions, and prioritize bandwidth over quality video.

DCM - Digital Case Management records multiple independant video files simultaneously to achieve the ideal recording layout, best video resolution and for backup safety.  You won't see:
  • Multiple screens showing bored participants not being deposed
  • Flitting between the witness and whoever is talking the loudest
  • Squeezing the witness into a tiny frame (or moved off-screen) while a document is being displayed
Most importantly, our videographers are California Notaries Public for physician and expert witness video testimony, as required by the California Code of Civil Procedure.  If this requirement isn't met, your deposition video can be excluded at trial. Don't be tripped up by this!
 
Of course we can synchronize online deposition video, so you won't lack any of the resources you're used to having at trial. 
 
Contact us for more details about why DCM - Digital Case Management should be your professional deposition videographer.

Deposition Videography
  • HD Recording Equipment 
  • Simultaneous Backup Recording 
  • Lapel Microphones 
  • Professional Neutral Backdrops 
  • Notary Public for Expert Witness and Physician Depositions 
  • In-House Synchronizing

Deposition video
DCM - Digital Case Management records deposition video as if it will be the star exhibit in your trial. We provide trained, experienced professionals with state-of-the-art equipment. We have higher standards for better results, and it shows in the video products you receive. We guarantee this and stand behind our work. 
 
Our videographers use HD cameras and lapel microphones for higher quality picture and sound. We take care to get good microphone positioning and to eliminate extraneous noise – because the audio is at least as important as the video! We set up to achieve the best picture, use professional backdrops and strive to be unobtrusive to your process. 
 
All of our videographers are California Notaries Public for physician and expert witness video testimony, as required by the California Code of Civil Procedure. 
 
We produce high quality synchronized deposition video files for a better courtroom presentation. We synchronize in-house for greater accuracy, which means faster clip creation. Your deposition video never leaves the country. 
 
Contact us for more details about why DCM - Digital Case Management deposition videography is better and to schedule your deposition videographer.

Documentary Videography and Editing Services
Contact DCM - Digital Case Management when you need discovery video services, documentation or demonstrative video production. We are experienced legal video specialists. 
  • Site Inspections 
  • Vehicle Inspections 
  • Device Demonstrations 
  • Day-In-The-Life 
  • Editing Services
Inspection Video
Inspections: Our videographer will work with you or your expert on location and make an accurate record of the situation in the building, on the construction site, with the vehicle or whatever needs documenting. We will work closely with officials at the scene, engineers and attorneys to deliver the best possible images that tell the whole story. 
 
Demonstrations: You need to demonstrate how a device works, but doing so live in court carries risks. Our videographer will work with the attorneys, technicians and equipment operators to make a complete and accurate record of whatever needs demonstrating; equipment, machine or natural feature. DCM’s scientific and mechanical savvy means we can plan with you the best way to record and edit your demonstration. 
 
“Day-In-The-Life”: If your client has been injured or disabled, you case may benefit from a “Day-in-the-Life” video. Show a jury your client’s day-to-day experiences. We can focus on the simple activities like getting out of bed, fixing a meal and going to work or school, scheduled treatments like physical therapy or exams, or more personal touches like interviews and family gatherings. 
 
Editing: If you have video material you need edited for trial - home video, corporate video, security video - bring it to DCM – Digital Case Management. We can create excerpts, delete or obscure prejudicial material and reformat for easy trial presentation. 
 
Contact us for more information or to schedule any of these services!


"Ken did a great job by arriving and setting up early and then promptly cleaning up and leaving shortly after the deposition adjourned. Ken was able to supply the DVD of the deposition in short order. "

-Steven Sherman
 San Francisco Bay Area
Via LinkedIn 


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