Which production services are you seeking? No worries if you're unsure, we'll review this with you. (Depending on your answers you will be asked further questions and be presented with additional information.)
Event coordinators are required to get written permission from those presenting in live streams or publicly streamed recorded video productions: UO Model Release Form.
Forms should be completed, scanned, and sent to firstname.lastname@example.org prior to the beginning of the event/presentation.
Once you have scheduled our services, if the presenter refuses to be recorded at the event, you will be charged a minimum one-hour service charge.
If your event or presentation contains any copyrighted material, it is important for the event sponsor to obtain the proper permssion to use the materials before the event takes place. We have had a number of productions derailed after the recording because the copyright had not been considered.
To accommodate video recording and/or live streaming services, the venue MUST be available for set-up and testing immediately prior to your event start time. No exceptions.
- Recording: requires at least 30-minutes for testing/set-up prior to event
- Live Streaming: requires at least one-hour for testing/set-up prior to event
Please list the locations and contact information (names, emails, and phone numbers) of the people or endpoints you are connecting with via conferencing. (Please note, if an Ethernet connection is NOT used by either side of the call, the quality and feasibility of web-conferencing will be impacted. CMET is NOT responsible for service degradation due to lack of internet connection - we always recommend to use a wired connection when conferencing)