Corporate Video Production

Q: What kinds of events do you film?

A:  We specialize in corporate functions, events and seminars. Click here for more information.

Q: How long does it take to complete a project?

A:  It varies depending on each project. An average corporate video takes 3-4 weeks from filming to final edit.

Q: What about copyright music?

A:  It depends on each project. On average the cost varies between $20 to $100 per track. You can also add in your own music of choice.

Q: How much do your services cost?

A:  We custom create quotes for our clients. A typical project starts from $200 and up. We also have packages listed at the bottom of the page here.


Video Transfer Services

Q: Do you repair our broken tapes?

A:  Yes, we can repair tapes and film. Bring it in and we’ll take care of it.

Q: Can you add music and titles onto my videos?

A:  Yes, the costs change slightly depending on what else you would like to do.

Q: I don't know how long my tapes are?

A:  We can put together a quote for you at no charge so that you’ll know how much you’re paying.

Q: I have many tapes, am I able to get a better rate?

A:  Yes, if you have over 100 tapes, we can give you a better price. Contact us for exact details.

Q: How much do your services cost?

A:  We charge based on amount of video content. To learn about our pricing please contact us.


Disc Duplication

Q: Will your Blu-Ray DVD-Rs play on my DVD player?

A:  We guarantee that our discs will play on all machines or we’ll fix it.

Q: What are your turn around times?

A:  Varies by amount. For orders less than 300 units, it will on take on average 3 business days. For orders over 1000, it will take 7-10 business days. Contact us for accurate times.

Q: Are there any artwork requirements?

A:  Yes, please make sure that artwork has a minimum of 300 dpi or greater. Please see our template page for intructions.

Q: Are you able to help design the artwork for me?

A:   Yes, we can help you design the artwork for your project.

Q: How is the mastering process done?

A:   Mastering is done by using a laser to write the information on the disc with a series of zeros and ones. The information read will be exactly the same as the original.

Replication services begin by creating a glass master from the original disc. It then yields a mold to stamp the information onto the plastic material. A reflector is installed inside the disc to reflect the information back for the laser to read when it is placed into the machine.