At the end of a video deposition, a videographer usually asks counsel if they would like a copy of the video and in what format. Nine times out of ten, they have no idea that they even have a choice of format, not to mention the difference between mpeg-1 and mpeg-2 (that is, if they […]
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This little guy was all over the internet a while ago. In case you missed him, here are some of his greatest hits.
This one has been hanging on a cupboard in the Olender kitchen for at least 10 years…
By Brian Knieser, Media Specialist When you schedule a videographer for your deposition, a high-quality product seems like a reasonable enough request, and it is! The only problem is that most people don’t know one when they see one, and they shouldn’t! Let me explain. When everything is perfect in a video; the lighting, the […]
By Thomas Olender Why use video as a complement to the reporter’s transcript while deposing “The Big Three” during the Clinton impeachment trial? Because without it there would be no body language or facial expressions to observe. Savvy attorneys are very much aware of how seeing a witness’s facial expression, long pauses, signs of fear, […]