EIA Consulting
Audio & Sound

We offer a complete spectrum of mastering and audio services for all types of film and television projects. Our highly experienced team can support virtually any need, including creative editorial, sound restoration, audio and video layback, quality assurance, conversions, encoding, transfer, duplication and archiving.


Audio & Sound Services:

  • ADR
  • Audio Restoration
  • Custom Field Recording
  • Sound Design & Editorial
  • Audio Mastering


Video Editing

If you want your next project to stand out for it’s professional quality, we have the services you are looking for. Our video editing team has over 15 years combined experience and the quality product to prove it. If you do not have a storyboard, script or even a clue where you want your next project to go, our production team can assist you in brainstorming and creative flow.


Video Editing Includes:

  • Animations
  • Conversion of format
  • Splices and clip arrangement
  • Text
  • Titles
  • 1 Compact Disc and/or Digital Video Disc containing captured media


Storyboard Nothing helps the creative work flow and pre and post production more than a great well written and sketched out story line.  Create your own or allow us to help you develop your idea into a finished product.  Ask your project consultant about our production fees.


Client Supplied Video


• The less a video is re-encoded prior to use, the better the resulting final video output quality. We encourage you to use your videos as close to the original source format as possible, with a minimum of intermediate re-encoding steps. Each re-encoding can generally degrade the quality of your video and may create some final render issues.


• The video frame-rate should be the same as the original where possible. For film sources, a 24 fps or 25 fps progressive master yields the best results, while videos that have had a re-sampling transfer process applied — i.e. a Telecine pulldown — often result in a lower quality video.


• High-definition or above (4K or more) videos are the preferred format for use which results in final video renders of the highest quality currently available.


• The aspect ratio of the original source video should always be maintained. 16:9 widescreen is the preferred standard for use for HD quality playback. If your video does not meet any of the desired specifications, there may be delays in turnover or our production staff may opt to omit the use of any such material.


Accepted Formats:

  • AVI
  • DVD
  • MPG
  • MP4
  • WMV
  • VOB
Videography

If you want your next project to stand out for its professional quality or just trying to dump some old footage to an External HD, we have the services you are looking for.

Audio Video Capturing Types:

  • Conversion of format
  • VHS to DVD
  • CD to DVD
  • DVD to CD

Client Supplied Video


• The less a video is re-encoded prior to use, the better the resulting final video output quality. We encourage you to use your videos as close to the original source format as possible, with a minimum of intermediate re-encoding steps. Each re-encoding can generally degrade the quality of your video and may create some final render issues.


• The video frame-rate should be the same as the original where possible. For film sources, a 24 fps or 25 fps progressive master yields the best results, while videos that have had a re-sampling transfer process applied — i.e. a Telecine pulldown — often result in a lower quality video.


• High-definition videos are the preferred format for use which results in final video render s of the highest quality currently available.


• The aspect ratio of the original source video should always be maintained. 16:9 widescreen is the preferred standard for use for HD quality playback.


Accepted Formats:

  • AVI
  • DVD
  • MPG
  • MP4
  • WMV
  • VOB
Package Artwork

Constructing the ideal message for your project can often be difficult, but we can make it easy. Our design team will work hand and hand with you to create a design that express your ideas, list words that you would use to describe your project, as well as provide examples of designs that appeal to you. With your ingredients, we will deliver a package design guaranteed to be eye catching and cutting edge.


CD/DVD Artwork Includes:

  • booklet/jacket design
  • rom face
  • image editing and design
  • typesetting
  • pdf proof’s
  • template preparation for cd manufacturer


Mixtape Artwork Includes:

  • insert design (front & back)
  • image editing and design
  • typesetting
  • pdf proof’s


Flyer & Poster Artwork Includes:

  • face design
  • image editing and design
  • type setting
  • pdf proof’s
  • template preparation for manufacturer


Client Supplied Images


A strong photo can make a huge difference in the quality of your design. You can supply studio quality photographs* or digital photos taken at the highest possible setting. We do not accept negatives. If you do not have any images, let us know what you are looking for and we create something using our stock collection.



* Photos taken by a photo studio may require a release form from the photographer.


We will scan 1 photo per panel for your design, not including the tray. For example, a 4-panel design includes 4 scans.


We will use up to 10 of your digital images in your design. Additional scans and digital images can be added for an extra fee.


Be sure images are high resolution: 300 PPI for grayscale or CMYK images, 1200 PPI or more for line art (also known as 1-bit). Anything less will produce poor, fuzzy or pixelated results.


Graphics and photos taken from the Internet (PNGs, GIFs or JPEGs) are discouraged due to their low resolution and possible copyright issues.


Sizing down an image improves print quality but sizing up an image reduces print quality.


We work with all graphic elements in the CMYK color mode. RGB images will be converted to CMYK for our use, color shifts may occur.


Accepted Formats:

  • JPG, PDF, TIF, PNG, EPS (All Flat files, no fonts)
  • 300 DPI Minimum Resolution
  • CMYK Color

Text

We only accept digital text files. Typical text included on a CD package is a track listing with track times, credits (such as producer info, where the album was recorded, etc), thank you text and contact info. DVD packages often include a brief synopsis, cast info, special features, awards and review quotes.

Web Development

Our premium web design packages are customized for small businesses that need the functionality of eCommerce with a considerably extensive amount of content. This multi-page offer also includes custom design with professional images and interactive headers incorporated in a static html, css web layout.


Web Packages Include:

  • Template or custom design (up to 20 pages)
  • Intuitive user interface
  • Social network compatibility
  • Search engine optimization
  • E-commerce shopping cart

Ask a team member about our Intro Web Development packages or our Advanced Development packages.


Client Supplied Images & Video


• The less a video is re-encoded prior to use, the better the resulting final video output quality. We encourage you to use your videos as close to the original source format as possible, with a minimum of intermediate re-encoding steps. Each re-encoding can generally degrade the quality of your video and may create some final render issues.


• The video frame-rate should be the same as the original where possible. For film sources, a 24 fps or 25 fps progressive master yields the best results, while videos that have had a re-sampling transfer process applied — i.e. a Telecine pulldown — often result in a lower quality video.


• High-definition videos are the preferred format for use which results in final video render s of the highest quality currently available.


• The aspect ratio of the original source video should always be maintained. 16:9 widescreen is the preferred standard for use with our current template designs. If your video does not meet any of your desired specifications, there may be delays in turnover or our production staff may opt to omit the use of any such material.


You can supply studio quality photographs* or digital photos taken at the highest possible setting. We do not accept negatives. If you do not have any images, let us know what you are looking for and we create something using our stock collection.



* Photos taken by a photo studio may require a release form from the photographer.


We will scan 4 photos per design.


We will use up to 5 of your digital images in your design. Additional scans and digital images can be added for an extra fee.


Be sure images are high resolution: 300 PPI for grayscale or CMYK images, 1200 PPI or more for line art (also known as 1-bit). Anything less will produce poor, fuzzy or pixelated results.


Graphics and photos taken from the Internet (PNGs, GIFs or JPEGs) are discouraged due to their low resolution and possible copyright issues.


Sizing down an image improves print quality but sizing up an image reduces print quality.


We work with all graphic elements in the RGB color mode. CMYK images will be converted to RGB for our use in the visual production, color shifts may occur. Stills that are included as resource files, such as portfolio shots can remain in the CMYK format; these may not be viewable on all OS’s.


Accepted Formats:

  • JPG, PDF, TIF, PNG, EPS (All Flat files, no fonts)
  • 300 DPI Minimum Resolution
  • CMYK Color

Text
We only accept digital text files. Typical text included in a web layout includes titles, product information, biographies, contacts, sponsor information, credits and more.