St. Louis Wedding video Services - Ceremony Coverage $400

Includes two video cameras to capture the Ceremony and other Details. We use Canon HD video cameras and in post-production, we add your selection of music to the full length edited video  with transitions and special effects. The finished video ships within a month and arrives gift boxed on a USB flash drive.


This package does not include the "Getting Ready" at the hotel, church or home. That is an additional $200.

St. Louis Wedding Video Services - Complete Coverage - $800

Includes a two video cameras to capture the Ceremony, Reception and other Details. We use Canon HD video cameras and in post-production, we add your selection of music to the full length edited video  with transitions and special effects. The finished video ships within two months and arrives gift boxed on a USB flash drive.


This package does not include the "Getting Ready" at the hotel, church or home. That is an additional $200.

USB Flash drive

USB Flash Drives are in. CDs, DVDs and Blue-ray are out!

Technology is changing and media these days are either in the cloud or on flash drives. If you haven't heard the news lately, you are in for a big surprise. Software companies have discontinued providing software to burn CD, DVD and Blue-ray optical disc drives making this technology obsolete.


USB Drives have many advantages. The one and most important, is the ability to make copies of your video without restrictions and share them with your friends and family. You can not duplicate a disc without purchasing special software. Another huge advantage, USB Drives are not susceptible to scratches or degradation over time. If you scratch the disc, your video is lost forever. I can't tell you how many times I have been asked  to  replace a scratched disk.


For many years DVDs were the preferred media for wedding video. They were only capable of recording standard 720 x 480p definition because they were limited to 4.7 gigabytes. USB drives are manufactured to hold up to 1TB in HD 1920 x 1080p definition or the new 4K Ultra HD 3840 x 2160p. These two are the most common displays. If you own a "Smart" TV, you can plug the Flash Drive in to your USB port and watch it directly from your TV. If you don't own a Smart TV, you can connect a portable digital media player to any TV. 

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