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Cady Reporting offers the latest in ultra high-speed wi-fi, high definition video, and tele-conferencing!
Cleveland, Ohio’s Preferred Legal Videography Team
Cady Reporting is proud to offer a full range of in-house legal videography services that include video synchronization. Cady Reporting will synchronize video footage with any transcript. Video synchronization provides many benefits including:
- Export of specific video clips to DVD, CD or MPEG format
- Playback options for future exhibits and courtroom viewing
- Keyword searches for fast-forwarding or rewind/cuing
- Quick research of deposition progress
Multimedia Presentations Are the Key to a Trial
With a legal multimedia presentation representing the backbone of a strong case they can create the need for editing and searching of depositions and other elements. The key to an effective and efficient multimedia presentation is synchronization so attorneys and other legal professionals can reference a page or line number within your transcript.
Cady Reporting’s in-house certified legal videography and court reporting team will synchronize any transcript to any video footage. This synchronization enables side-by-side viewing and presentation, making your case more effective and memorable in the process!
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