All DVD and Blu-ray copies we supply are fully “authored” which means that they have menus which enable you to skip quickly to the place in the disc that you wish to see.
These are the titles used at the start of the video. We will normally open the video with a still shot of the church or venue and put the titles over this. Titles can consist of just the Bride and Groom’s names followed by the date of the wedding and the location but more usually will also have the names of key wedding guests (such as the bridesmaids and best man) as well.
This is coverage of the bride getting ready at home before leaving for the church.
After the ceremony the photographer will want to take the main photographs of the day. We will cover this part of the day by recording the guests awaiting their turn, the group of people joking with each other and getting themselves into position and in fact anything and everything that the still camera doesn’t capture.
At the end of the video we place a short selection of moving shots taken from the video summarising the whole day in a few minutes. This is accompanied by a piece of music of your choice.
A sequence of still photos can be placed at any required point in the video. This is normally a set of photos showing the couple growing up (taken from the two family albums) ending in a few shots of the couple together on holiday for example or at an engagement party and will usually be placed just after the titles sequence and before the video proper begins.
End titles are useful if you want to record the names of a large number of guests (perhaps the whole guest list) but don’t want to force the viewers to sit through this at the start of the video. A long list of people can be scrolled up in a manner similar to the end credits of a feature film and is best placed at the end of the video after the highlights sequence has closed.