- ETS Core
- Classroom Technology
- Events & Production
- Training & Support
ETS offers comprehensive production and post production services to the University community at competitive rates. Our seasoned producers, videographers, editors and engineers bring a wealth of experience and talent to your project.
Our Production Services team can help you take your creative ideas and translate them into fully realized high quality films. Whether you need help with work you are producing or you need us to oversee the entire production process, we can ensure your communications goals are acheived, on-time and on-budget.
Our audio and video recording services include:
- Remote audio and video recording
- Location multi-camera recording and switching
- Studio multi-camera recording
- Live webcasting and videoconferencing support
- Video depositions
- High definition digital video and audio recording formats
Our video editing facility contains four networked workstations. We support all major editing platforms including AVID, Apple Final Cut Pro, and Adobe Premiere, and offer true 10-bit video editing in 4:2:2 quality.
Post production services available include:
- Audio recording, editing and processing
- Video editing
- Motion graphics
- DVD authoring
- CD/DVD mastering
- Media encoding
- Audio forensics
- Data archival
- Electronic delivery of media files in full broadcast quality
- Publishing to UC Berkeley’s online media channels on YouTube & iTunes U.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for a consultation.
Also check out more samples of our recent work at: https://vimeo.com/channels/ucberkeley
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