Project design and supervision:
content for DVD requires of a specific design and a well-thought flowchart
that includes the preparation of all the different assets. We start out
by putting together the ideas and the technical possibilities, and then
we supervise the whole project, from Asset Preparation to Quality Control.
Video recording of live concerts:
from Digital Betacam to DVCAM (PAL-N or NTSC), we can set up any number
of cameras for best coverage of the venue.
Audio recording of live concerts:
surround sound in mind, we provide the best tools and the highest expertise
in multichannel audio recording.
editing in two state-of-the-art digital workstations, operated by arguably
the most experienced video editors in town.
Audio mixing: whether it is a 5.1
(surround) or a 2.0 (stereo) final mix, our Mixing Engineer will get
the most out of it, in a digital console capable of 16/20/24 bits and
48/96/192 KHz. We can even produce a 5.1 mix out of an originally stereo
Audio mastering: we run the only
audio mastering studio in LatinAmerica with full 5.1 capabilities, where
the biggest projects come to get the finishing touch. There is really
no better place to master audio for DVD.
Video and audio encoding:
top notch encoding hardware and software, we make sure the image and
sound of the DVD is well protected, and truly indistinguishable from
Menus design and animation: a team
of experts give to our final products the professional look in a very
creative way. Random menus, complex multi-layer animations in After Effects® or Flash® , innovative still presentations in PhotoShop® ...
Anything is possible.
Authoring: the one part that makes
the DVD experience truly enjoyable. A well authored disc should be completely
user-friendly in a very interactive fashion. It is our responsibility
to produce titles that are not just a translation from linear video,
but a whole new way of entertaining the viewer.
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Delivery: we can handle all kinds
of formats, from DLT Master Tapes and DVD-R reference discs to single
files delivered thru the Internet, like MPEG-2 encoded video, AC-3 and
DTS encoded audio, Quick Time Pro movies and After Effects or Flash Animations
that can be used as preliminary reference before the actual Master print.