Multi-Camera Technology

Floating Head (002)Videotaping a witness creates many advantages over the transcript alone.  However, utilizing a single camera to record a witness imposes certain limitations.

It is not uncommon to see jurors nodding off after only 30 minutes of “floating head” video testimony.  This is why newscasts constantly switch from one anchor to the other, and to field reporters and video.  Research has proven that every time the television screen changes, it serves to refresh and re-engage the viewing audience.

The same data applies to jurors.  Therefore, utilizing a multi-camera approach versus a one-camera setup helps litigators hold the attention of the jury at exponentially higher rates, and also allows the insertion of display graphics, video clips and transcript text in conjunction with the video image, helping to further retain the viewers’ attention.

websiteLet Paradigm Digital Videography assist you in creating engaging and powerful video depositions by utilizing the latest in technology.  Please call (612)339-0545 or video@paradigmreporting.com for more information.