Why you Should Know About UltraDep

With UltraDep™, the jury gets it. UltraDep™ is a seamlessly interactive, high-definition (HD), picture-in-picture video deposition service. What does this mean for attorneys? It means when a document, illustration, x-ray, photo, video clip, or other exhibit is shared with a witness during an out of court deposition, the jury will be able to see what the witness is talking about. As the witness explains key evidence, the jury sees it on the screen with the witness’s face in the corner. HD picture-in-picture video depositions with UltraDep™ make it easier for the jury to understand the testimony, because a jury cannot be convinced by something they do not understand.

Combining Multiple Video Sources in Real Time

For a video deposition playback in court, connect with the jury by using the UltraDep™ picture-in-picture video deposition system to simultaneously incorporate multiple video sources into a single HD video recording, all in real time. First, the jury sees the witness in full frame. Then, when an exhibit is discussed, the picture-in-picture feature streams in a second video source from the videographer’s laptop, the witness’s laptop, a document camera, or even an iPad.

The Attorney is in Control of What the Jury Sees.

When they want the focus to be on the witness, the evidence disappears. When they want to focus on evidence, the evidence takes center-screen. UltraDep™ is ideal for taking critical expert witness depositions, such as medical malpractice experts, patent and IP experts, construction experts, and other subject matter experts. As their testimony proceeds, the jury sees the evidence just as your expert does.

Examples of actual Ultradep Picture in Picture (PIP) deposition video:

1) UltraDep video testimony enhanced with real time document display with callouts.

2) Example of testimony with expert markups on an x-ray image with a touch screen monitor.


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