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Our Filming Experience
Experience Makes The Difference
College Sports Exposure researches the content of their videos and DVDs very extensively. Since College Sports Exposure is a complete scouting service, i.e. scouting players, filming and editing videos, and designing and mailing resumes, they are constantly corresponding and interacting with the college coaches. From personal contact, e-mails and phone conversations, College Sports Exposure has learned what the college coaches are looking to see in sports videos and DVDs. Annually, College Sports Exposure mails out videos or DVDs to college coaches with questionnaires to determine any filming and editing changes that are required for the up-coming year.
The video or DVD content and emphasis of a sport varies with the sport. College Sports Exposure has summarized the content of the different sports. Click on your sport to see how our years of experience show it should be filmed. These are only summaries. Film angles, filming procedures and other details are proprietary technology. This proprietary technology is the reason why College Sports Exposure should film your child's video instead of yourself.
Extensive research of video or DVD content is only one of the four ingredients that contribute to the quality of the videos or DVDs produced by College Sports Exposure. Another ingredient is Duane Treybig’s experience in sports as a player and coach. This experience helps College Sports Exposure design game-like scenarios during the filming process which better show the skill level of the player. During filming, the players are told what mechanics the college coach is looking for. Finally, the coaching experience and knowledge of the sports is helpful in selecting the best scenes to edit and influence the college coaches.
The videos or DVDs are edited utilizing a seamless editing technique. Seamless editing is when there is no noise between the cuts. With seamless editing, the only way a college coach can recognize that a scene has been edited is that the background of the scene is different. The video or DVD can be edited in slow motion to high-light a particular skill and with various transitions to break up the scenes. Titles can be provided using numerous effects. Music can be edited into the video or DVD as well.
The final ingredient is experience in filming videos or DVDs and photographing athletes. College Sports Exposure specializes in only filming sports related videos or DVDs. As a consequence of this specialization and concentrated effort, College Sports Exposure has learned and pioneered new filming angles and techniques. Some of the film angles and techniques are unique and propriety. This specialization translates to a video or DVD for your son or daughter that gives them a significant edge in college recruiting when compared to the product obtained by the parent, a wedding photographer or travel team coach. College Sports Exposure is entering its fifth year in filming sports videos.
Travel and filming policies
Travel free within the Houston Area for 3 or more clients.
If less than 2 players, then filming and editing cost + travel expenses.
Call for additional information if the video sessions are outside the Houston Area.
Total payment is due on the day of the filming session. 5 videos are provided.
Additional videos can be purchased separately.
Add an additional $3.00 for postage and packaging if videos need to be shipped to your address. Call or e-mail for cost if more than 6 videos are to be shipped.
Re-shoots and/ or re-edits are only done at an additional cost. It is your responsibility to know which skills or scenes you want filmed prior to filming.
Expect your child's performance to drop off when filmed at more than one position. If you still want your child to be filmed at more than one position, then break the filming into two days. Cost for two day filming/editing is at additional cost .
The price quoted for softball skill videos is for a single fielding or defensive position, bunting, hitting and base running. Additional hitting skills or more than one defensive position is filmed and edited at additional cost.
Price breaks are frequently given when filming a team as opposed to filming an individual.