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  1. In this tutorial, we are going to show you how to participate in an AGCV Webinar so that you have a smooth experience during our interactive events. If you have any questions, you can always: Check out our support portal - support.agcv.com Send us an email - info@agcv.com Learn More & Register
  2. 2018 is going to be an exciting year at the AGCV! Don't miss this short, 30-minute webinar for a preview of our vision for the coming year and a very special announcement of how you can take an active role in growing your business, our profession, and the AGCV. Learn More & Register
  3. 2018 is going to be an exciting year at the AGCV! Don't miss this short, 30-minute webinar for a preview of our vision for the coming year and a very special announcement of how you can take an active role in growing your business, our profession, and the AGCV. Learn More & Register
  4. Join the AGCV on this very special Q&A for court reporters, videographers, trial technology specialists, paralegals, and more that are interested in becoming a deposition videographer. We'll answer some of the most pressing questions you have, such as: Where do I start? Is certification a requirement? What equipment do I need to start? What level of experience do I need? Who would my potential clients be? Can I expand beyond just deposition video? If you have another question on your mind, shoot us an email at answers@agcv.com. We'll do our best to answer them all! If you can't attend, but you're interested in the content, go ahead and register. We'll send out a link to the recording of the event as soon as it is available. Learn More & Register
  5. Join the AGCV on this very special Q&A for court reporters, videographers, trial technology specialists, paralegals, and more that are interested in becoming a deposition videographer. We'll answer some of the most pressing questions you have, such as: Where do I start? Is certification a requirement? What equipment do I need to start? What level of experience do I need? Who would my potential clients be? Can I expand beyond just deposition video? If you have another question on your mind, shoot us an email at answers@agcv.com. We'll do our best to answer them all! If you can't attend, but you're interested in the content, go ahead and register. We'll send out a link to the recording of the event as soon as it is available. Learn More & Register
  6. Join us this month as we discuss Synchronized Deposition Video. Send your questions to answers@agcv.com. If you are an AGCV Member, this event is absolutely free. Make certain that you are logged in to your account to register at no cost. Learn More & Register
  7. Video Conference depositions are convenient for clients, but they pose their own hurdles for videographers and reporters to deal with, both technical and logistical. Join Jason Wietholter as we discuss the pros and cons of video conference depositions, talk about how best to integrate your equipment into the video conference environment, and how to extend your capabilities and grow your service offerings by teaming up with video conference providers. Learn More & Register
  8. There are three, primary aspects of the legal video field. At the AGCV, we have positioned our Certification Courses to support these three, key areas of emphasis. Join us as we take a look at each one and break them down a little bit so that you know what to expect and how your career can progress through these three phases of legal video. Learn More & Register
  9. AVCHD, AVI, MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-3, MPEG-4, H.265, WMV, Ogg Vorbis, FLV, 3GPP, the list goes on and on... Making sense of which video file format to choose is only the first step. Then you have to consider frame size, pixel aspect ratio, GOPs, constant bit rates, variable bit rates, multipass encoding... Again, the list goes on and on. Join Jason Wietholter and the AGCV as we break down deposition video deliverables to make them easy for you to produce and easy for your clients to work with. Learn More & Register
  10. Join us this month and get your questions answered on the topic of Marketing. If you are an AGCV Member, this event is absolutely free. Make certain that you are logged into your account to register at no cost. Learn More & Register
  11. Check out this article about how courts in the UAE are using technology to increase access and speed to litigators and litigants. https://www.khaleejtimes.com/nation/dubai/e-trials-video-conferencing--uae-courts-take-smart-leap-
  12. Attorneys and firms are looking for ways to cut costs and make better use of their budgets. Simultaneously, other stakeholders and members of the litigation team are trying to find ways to keep their finger on the pulse of the testimony coming out of depositions. Wouldn't it be great if you could offer a service that would add to your bottom-line while, provide more flexibility for your clients, all while simultaneously saving them money?! Join Jason Wietholter as he walks through how to stream your deposition video to clients and other viewers. In this 2-hour webinar, we will discuss the equipment necessary, the servers/services that will help to host your stream, and how to provide your client with a delightful experience that will make them want to use you again and again. Learn More & Register
  13. I'm curious as to what specs you typically use for delivery of media files to clients. Answer the questions in the poll and feel free to leave any comments further explaining your settings. Thanks!
  14. I'm curious as to what specs you typically use for delivery of media files to clients. Answer the questions in the poll and feel free to leave any comments further explaining your settings. Thanks!
  15. Hey everyone, I have put together a few deposition video file size calculators that you are free to use and share with others that might need it. Let me know if there are any other quick reference resources that we at the AGCV can work on.
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