DV Post is a video production facility located in the heart of beautiful Orange County, California, that specializes in reasonably priced post-production services. Owner John Primm has been a professional film & video maker for his entire working life. If you wish, you can check out his RESUME.
DV Post uses FINAL CUT PRO STUDIO, AFTER EFFECTS, and other software tools to provide professional quality video services to advertising agencies, corporations, large and small businesses, city governments, and non-profit groups. Clients also include other independent video producers and the general public. John edited a FEATURE FILM about a bowling alley that is currently playing on Amazon Prime. Watch the trailer. He has also produced dozens of training videos for Caltrans, edited videos for singer Bill Medley, and has worked on home made cell phone videos for use on You Tube. Whatever you are looking for in video post-production, call DV Post.
Listen to this paragraph read by our new voice over software. Click HERE for details.
The short video above was made from snippets of just a few of the projects that DV Post made with its HD camera. There is an earlier demo reel of clips from 2000 to 2005 in standard definition. You can see that one at: 2005 SAMPLE REEL. Are you fascinated by music styles? If so you can check out our video reel with several music styles here: ALTERNATE MUSIC TRACKS. That page also includes the 100 shortest sound effects in our library, which take only 21 seconds to play.
Some additional pages:
Frequently Asked Questions.
More video samples.
What we do and what it costs.
A list of almost every DV Post customer.
Way more than you need to know about DV Post's owner.
A short video resume.
There is a special editing rate
Videos that can be made without going anywhere.
A voice-over sample by John, reading a famous old spoof about technical manuals.
This is an important feature at DV Post.
My two cents worth.
The "More" drop down menu in the header above, lists a couple of additional pages.
© 1999 - 2020 by John Primm