Legal Video Consulting, LLC is an Atlanta, Georgia based legal videography and consulting firm. At LVC, we offer videotaped depositions, trial presentation and consultation services. Each of the videographers at LVC are highly trained and experienced; all videographers have been certified by the NCRA or the American Guild of Court Videography to perform legal video services.
In addition to our professional video services, we also offer consulting services that are focused on helping our clients create media for the legal industry. We have been working with attorneys and reporting firms for many years. Our consulting services range from web design to video department implementation. You can call our office at
404-259-6673. We can also be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Check out this video for more information about LVC!
LVC was established in 2010 with the intention of providing consulting services and legal videography to court reporting firms across the United States. We started out in a home office in Cumming, GA and in 2012 we moved into our new offices in the Sandy Springs Business District in Atlanta. At our new location and in the field we help our clients to capture opportunities in business development and routinely videotape depositions.
The president and CEO of Legal Video Consulting, LLC is Peter Ausburn. Check out the article below that is mirrored on his blog www.peterausburn.com.
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Working Point is an online program that handles my accounting, invoicing, financial and tax reporting. My Working Point public page can be seen here. The cost breakdown can be seen here; I'm on the $190 a year "Thunderstorm" plan. The primary caveat with this service is that all of my records are hosted in Working Point's cloud and any backups have to be done manually.
LVC adheres to the highest standards in the legal video profession in order to consistently give you a quality product. We set ourselves apart from the competition in several unique ways. First, we always conduct ourselves in an extremely professional manner and treat your clients with respect in order to represent your firm accordingly. At LVC, we are very flexible and offer a myriad of audio solutions for the reporter during the deposition. We run an audio feed directly to the reporters; they can use headphones, an audio cable with their writer or both. We round out our audio offerings with a mp3 file that can be put on the reporter's computer or emailed to them after the job. Lastly, we don't skimp on the fundamentals of great video as we believe that our finished product should be of the highest quality. LVC only uses professional audio, lighting and video equipment. Specifically, we excel in shooting depositions in high definition. Although the industry standard is currently DVD and mpeg1, LVC solely archives its depositions in HD. This is a great benefit as the industry standard may become HD in the near future. On several occasions, attorneys have commented that by using our services, one is guaranteed a superb video product that can be utilized now and for years to come. You will never be left with what may be seen as low resolution video. LVC utilizes the latest video technology so you can be assured that you will always have the highest quality video available. Check out this mock depo starring one of our videographers Ervin Farkas!
LVC has worked with Esquire, Tiffany Alley and Wheeler Reporting and as a result, we are extremely experienced in building and running a video department. If you are currently doing more than three video depos a week, this may be the ideal time to invest in your own in-house video department. LVC will work with you to get your own video department off the ground and guide you throughout the entire process.
*Click here to download a sample consulting proposal.
LVC routinely performs trial presentations in which we shoot the video ourselves and then exhibit the final product at trial. The HD video that we create is broadcast quality and is viewed with our HD projectors. We also routinely leverage DVD Sync technology with the help of our strategic partner Visionary Legal Technologies.
We have designed this website and can build a smilar site for your organization. Check out TheOneHundredDollarWebsite.com for more information.
Take a look at this promotional video we did for an Atlanta based court reporting firm. Want a video like this produced for your company? Contact us at email@example.com for a quote.
To schedule a videographer and/or associated services, complete the form below, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or just call/text our office at (404) 259-6673. Regardless of how you schedule with us you will receive a reply e-mail confirming our availability within 24 hours. If we are not notified by 4:30pm the day before the scheduled depo we will contact you to re-confirm. If you have any special instructions and/or would like to upload a notice you can send them to us via email.
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Doing math with times isn't as simple as doing math with regular numbers because times use a different base. Time Calculator simplifies this problem. It provides:
If you have any comments or questions, feel free to e-mail me.
The format for displaying times is hours:minutes:seconds (e.g., 2 hours, 30 minutes, and 15.4 seconds is displayed as 2:30:15.4). When entering times, the selection box (outlined in red) determines whether you are entering hours, minutes, or seconds.
Clickto advance the selection box. Alternatively, you can click directly on the calculator screen to set the selection box.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Time Calculator supports hours, minutes, and seconds. It doesn't yet know anything about days. Thus, hours outside the range 0-23 are acceptable. If you need to handle days, you can do a manual conversion. For example, 14:00:00 - 15:00:00 = -1:00:00. If you add 24 hours (-1:00:00 + 24:00:00), you'll get the time on the previous day (23:00:00). Remember that this is just a workaround, as Time Calculator has no idea about days. Support for days is on my list of features to add, but I don't have a whole lot of spare time these days.
Most buttons work as expected. Here are some special buttons:
Unless you want to multiply or divide a time by another time (you probably don't), be sure to enter the non-time factor in the seconds field. If you don't, you will get unexpected results. As a reminder, the selection box is moved to the seconds field whenever you clickor .
Here's why: Before calculating, all values are converted to seconds. That means that 0:30:00 × 0:00:2 gets converted (in part) to 0:30:00 × 2 and will output 1:00:00 as expected. However, 0:30:00 × 0:2:00 gets converted (in part) to 0:30:00 × 60 and will output 60:00:00. 0:30:00 × 2:00:00 gets converted (in part) to 0:30:00 × 7200 and will output 3600:00:00.
To enter a number, type it. For other keys, refer to the table below (note that many buttons can be activated by several keys):
|+ P||- M|
|* T||/ D|
|= Enter E||. , V|
|B < Backspace||: Tab Right Arrow Space S|
|C Delete Clear||A Esc|
Users of the numeric keypad might prefer that the key . activated instead of . Here's an option you can set:
The calculator works with absolute times, so it is unaware of the time of day. You can't enter PM, just as you can't enter AM. Just enter the raw hours, minutes, and seconds.
If you're trying to find out how long you worked if you started at 8:22 AM and quit at 5:35 PM, you can convert to 24-hour time by adding 12 hours to every PM time. So, you can enter
5:35:00to get the total time you worked, 9 hours and 13 minutes. 12:00:00 8:22:00
An Android app is planned, but not ready yet. An iPhone version is unlikely since I refuse to buy Apple products and thus have no way of testing such an app.
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Time Calculator Download Edition 3.3.1
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You may freely download and use Time Calculator on as many computers as you like, but if you want to modify it or create a derivitive work, you need my permission. You may not publish Time Calculator on the Internet, but you're free to provide a link to the Internet edition. If you think that you have a situation that justifies an exception, ask me.
Time Calculator has no warranty of any kind whatsoever (not even an implied warranty). Use it at your own risk. If your jurisdiction does not permit such warranty exclusions, you may not use Time Calculator.
If you have any questions or suggestions, drop me a line. Many of the features of Time Calculator are the direct result of user feedback.
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