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After some consideration about our economy, and wishing to be a part of the solution instead of the problem,  DV Post has just REDUCED the hourly editing rate.  We have made less of a gap between our lowest and highest hourly charges.  We have dropped our briefly in force $70 per hour editing rate to $60 per hour, the rate that it was 2 years ago.  Videography rates remain the same as last year.  In-house dubbing has decreased from $35 an hour to an even $30 per hour.  Our minimum rate for miscellaneous items such as time away from the office to process outside vendor work remains at $30 per hour.


The $10 per hour adjustment in our major service rate will mean savings for you, as this is where most of the post-production time is spent.



DV Post has just signed a 3 year lease at our current location.  While rent continues to climb, our landlord also knows the value of keeping inflation in check by offering DV Post a 3 year lease for the first time.



Photo videos continue to be one of DV Post's staples.  That was the chosen way to utilize the $500 coupon won by Crystal Lee of Long Beach at last October's LookNext Seminar.  Crystal won the drawing and is now having DV Post put a video together of about 100 photos that are from her various trips around the world.  Please see the still rates page for more information.


DV Post was recently hired by Creative Media of Cypress to produce a photo montage video for their client, the Santa Monica YWCA.  Creative Media produced the sound track and DV Post created a DVD that highlighted four women of the year award recipients.


Another photo montage project was just completed for customer Kerr Companies of Santa Ana.  It was a two minute history of a famous lawyer to Hollywood stars who received a special award for his work in promoting arbitration as a means of settlement.



We now have Cleaner 6 for Mac OS X, which produces MPEG-1 files really fast.  What used to take 1 hour to render on our old G-3, now takes about 3 minutes!  It also blazes through crunching video into Windows Media, QuickTime and Real Player files.


Creekside Plaza to Remain "Home"

DV Post Does the Unthinkable!