Frazer Consultants Upgrades and Simplifies Video Production
Frazer Consultants has developed a new Tribute Center video software package, which allows you to produce professional quality video tributes for your families in-house. The easy-to-use software offers fast image scanning, live preview, extensive music and video clip libraries, and quick compilation and DVD burn time.
Aside from the easy to use software, this package lets you control costs and it gives you total control of delivery.
?A memorial video is a wonderful thing to offer grieving families, but it needs to be done right,? said Matt Frazer, CEO of Wisconsin-based funeral consulting firm. ?Our video tribute software allows funeral service providers to quickly scan unlimited photos, add meaningful music and preview and edit the work at any time. This is fast and it?s in-house ? where you can control quality.?
Relying on outside companies is always a little risky, said Frazer, noting the expense, image limitations, risk of error, and ongoing worry of a delayed delivery.
?Off-the-shelf software can be unwieldy, and there?s little if any ?need-it-now? technical support,? Frazer noted. ?Older memorial software versions are incredibly slow. They don?t offer computer networking capabilities or the option to check a work in progress. Our software on the other hand offers live preview and networking that lets colleagues collaborate on a project.?
The benefits of Frazer Consultants Tribute Center video software include:
? 3 simple steps: Import images. Edit. Burn DVD.
? Quick as-you-go preview option.
? High-speed photo scan technology and compilation.
? Network-friendly design for inter-office collaboration.
? Partnership with two exclusively licensed musicians
? Automatic transition and music sync features.
? Professional motion effects for still photos.
? Large video library of scenic background clips.
? Professional theater-quality intros and endings.
? Option to import music or use royalty-free song library.
? 24/7 editing for last-minute changes and photo touch-ups.
? A tool to upload videos to funeral home websites.
?In our industry, 99.9 percent of people aren?t very good with computers and technology, but I think it?s vital that we stay culturally relevant!? said Frazer. ?That?s why we developed this easy-to-use software. Now, service providers can offer high-tech, personalized memorial videos ? appropriate for funerals and a meaningful keepsake for clients in a highly visual society.?
The Tribute Center software along with high speed scanning technology allows users to scan one photo every two seconds and burn a high-quality DVD in minutes, Frazer said. Ease of use allows last-second text and photo changes. The number of photos allowed is unlimited. The software also facilitates screening of finished DVDs with a professional online tribute player.
Funeral professionals pay $14-20 per project, but may burn additional DVDs for clients for free. Frazer Consultants currently is offering a complimentary trial demo. For more information, go to the website at www.FrazerConsultants.com or call 866-372-9372.
About Frazer Consultants, LLC
Frazer Consultants? Tribute Center DVD software has been in development for six years. It?s a pay-as-you-go system with no long-term contracts, upfront costs, support fees or equipment to buy. Headquartered five miles north of Madison in Waunakee, Wisc., the funeral consulting firm has served as a resource since 2003, offering value-added services and personalized products so funeral providers can meet business objectives and minister to their local communities.
Questions? Call Matt Frazer at 608-467-1497 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Frazer Consultants, LLC
Chief Executive Officer
S315 Raemisch Road, Suite G
Waunakee, WI 53597
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