Waido Productions is fully insured so you can feel safe working with me any place and time.
In this digital era of media, it is very easy for you to duplicate my video and pictures even when I copyright protect them and there is no possible way for me to know what you do inside your home. I ask my clientele to act in good faith and character. Any copies made take away from me and any fundraiser I take part in.
I reserve the right to use pictures and video material I have taken for promotional purposes.
All prices are subject to change without prior notice. All contracts signed before changes will be honored as before.
There are a few ways of determining a project’s budget; I charge on the standard of a per edited minute rate or per project amount. I like a per-edited minute rate because it allows flexibility of your video length to cover all the information in the video. A set project budget is for videos with a set time, such as a commercial, or restricted budget. All prices are negotiable.
Rates can vary depending on many aspects of your project such as script writing, narration, interviews, location shots, B-Roll, video editing, graphics, animation, audio editing and more. The more elements you video involves, the more time it will take to produce the video and a higher production rate will be determined.
The minimum cost for a single DVD is $15.00, unless otherwise noted.
Credit card and online payments are done through Pay Pal. When you make your purchase, you will be making a secure payment through Pay Pal. Your statement will show you made a payment to Waido Productions. Your bank statement will show the payment was sent to WAIDOPRO. To make the payment you will leave Waido Productions' web site. You will have to agree to the user agreement on Pay Pal's web site. Pay Pal is a web site I trust. I make many transactions through them.
Waido Productions is an in-house production company. Your video will be duplicated using a computer DVD/Blu-ray burner. The DVD/Blu-ray will be created with one of the following media: DVD-R, DVD+R, DVD+R DL, BD-R or BD-R DL, depending on the size of your project. Some older DVD/Blu-ray players may have trouble reading these types of media. To make sure there are no problems playing your DVD/Blu-ray media at home, you will need a DVD player that is certified to play this media or update the firmware on you Blu-ray player to the most current version. If your project requires more than 1,000 DVD/Blu-rays, Waido Production may contract out the replication process to another company.