In many ways, video depositions are no different than any other deposition. Attorneys should prepare witnesses the way they usually would, going over their testimony and reviewing the questions they might be asked. However, witnesses also need to prepare for being on screen. This means they should not wear distracting clothing or flashy jewelry–nothing that would take away attention from their actual testimony. Witnesses should also practice speaking into the microphone so their words are heard clearly and without interference. Witnesses should be cognizant not to fidget, especially with anything that makes noise, as those sounds could be picked up on the mic and become a distraction.