Video and Audio Post Production
Our aim is to provide a relaxed and creative environment where we can pay the utmost attention to each detail of your project as we achieve your artistic vision.
Our professional engineers strive to create the perfect blend of audio and video, and improve your overall production value. We have extensive experience in location recording as well as all aspects of post audio giving us a solid perspective when handling the sound of your project from start to finish.
Our professional editor, experienced with both Final Cut Pro and Avid editing systems, are familiar with all of the proven techniques to create a polished theatrical experience.
Final Cut Pro lets you edit everything from uncompressed standard definition video to HDV, DVCPRO HD, and uncompressed high definition video—as well as Panasonic P2 and Sony XDCAM HD tapeless formats. You can mix and match a wide range of formats and even frame rates in the open format Timeline. Final Cut Pro includes a complete set of professional editing and trimming tools that let you work quickly, with a full range of customization options to give you flexibility and control. Also included are powerful multicamera editing tools that allow you to view and cut video from multiple sources in real time.
Avid Edit Suites – Day and Weekly Rates
The Finished Video
Creating custom professional videos and helping our customers to use them dynamically is a core part of our business at Tahoe Production House. Today a well-produced video can be used multiple ways on many platforms and formats including DVD, Blu-Ray, CD, Television, and streaming video for the web. The services we provide include:
Transfer and Duplication Process
There will be a flat fee for each type of medium you want duplicated. A standard fee will be added on for dub time.
Medium Supplies: Packaging Supplies:
File Transfers consist of the following:
Any standard or High Definition videotape converted into a video file format such as QuickTime and/or visa versa. This process includes ingest (capture of the raw video material), Render, File Creation, and Final Output.