I’ve recently completed editing an Edinburgh wedding video for Leigh and Brian. This lovely couple were married at Cranstoun Church, Midlothian. Their wedding reception was at Oxenfoord Castle. This was an amazing day in a beautiful setting. One of my best weddings of the year!
Leigh and Brian’s package included filming with two high definition video cameras. I usually provide high definition video on Blu-ray. This is the current industry standard for high definition video. A DVD player can’t play Blu-ray discs, and not all clients own a Blu-ray player. This means they can’t take advantage of the superior image quality of Blu-ray. Their wedding video has to be reduced to standard DVD quality. But I have a solution to this problem.
I can convert your wedding video to a Windows Media Video High Definition file, or an Apple QuickTime High Definition file. I can supply this on this on a DVD, a USB stick or via the internet. WMV-HD is viewable on any personal computer. High definition Apple video is suitable for Apple computer and i-Phone owners. Most computer monitors are capable of displaying these videos in high definition. This is great news for clients! Now you can view your wedding day at higher quality, even if you don’t own a Blu-ray and high definition television.
I tested Leigh and Brian’s WMV file on my own television. I was blown away by the image quality. Far superior to regular DVD. The file size was reduced to 5GB (gigabytes). A Blu-ray file would have been 20GB. This is a great alternative for couples who haven’t yet invested in Blu-ray technology. Now everyone can view their wedding video in high definition!
I always film, edit and archive your wedding video at high definition quality. This ensures you can come back in future and upgrade to a high definition video from my archive.