Need a promotional video? Want an interview captured? Need a training video? Maybe a brief info video for the web?
As part of the UCSF community, we understand the unique atmosphere of the University. We work fast, are flexible, and sensitive to privacy in a Medical setting. We are conveniently located on campus and provide the required University Release Forms, have campus ID badges, and are covered by the UCSF self-insurance program for liability. We are familiar with UCSF accessibility requirements, and copyright remains property of the University, not an outside studio.
We make payment easy as well. For UCSF or UCB departments, we bill via campus recharge using Chart of Accounts (COA). For non-UCSF work we accept cash, checks, or credit cards as forms of payment.
Below is a short list of the types of video/audio services we can offer:
• Promotional Videos
• Training Videos
• Informational Videos
• Professional lighting and various backdrops or onsite capability
• Professional audio to capture the spoken word at its best
• Quality files delivered for best web delivery
• Close Captioning service to meet University accessibility policies
We use DSLR cameras, studio lights, and high quality audio mics & recorders, so we are well-suited to most University work/environments, but limited when it comes to video recording procedures, events, or lectures. For video recording procedures, events, or lectures at UCSF, please contact UCSF Educational Technology Services for assistance.
Our process is primarily tailored specifically on the environment at UCSF. We like to consider you a creative partner. We know lighting, cameras, and sound, but our clients are the content experts – especially if in a training or medical environment. The client will be the one to know if a procedure requires gloves and they need to be shown on camera, or if a certain video take is not okay because something was pronounced incorrectly. That is why we don’t typically do the interviews ourselves, and we like to send the client the footage to review prior to the edit process beginning.
You can use a campus COA for recharge. And because we are part of UC, the copyright on all video or images belong to UC Regents. We are familiar with the required brand identity, the closed captioning requirements, and we have the correct release forms if you need them.
The video below is an example of the work Documents & Media did with UCSF Digital Accessibility.