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Digital Court Reporting: Court Recorder 9

Software and Systems for Digital Court Reporters and Verbatim Reporters

Court Recorder 9 captures clear, accurate, annotated recordings for digital court reporting. Record and transcribe depositions, hearings, and court proceedings. Sophisticated hardware and software ensures efficient and reliable operation for professional reporting.

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Ideal for high profile work in depositions, courts,and hearings

Digital multi-channel audio ensures accurate transcriptions

Video recording from optional camera or court videographer feed

Fast note taking for marking events in recordings 

Readbacks are fast and easy

 
 

Freelance Court Reporting

Court Recorder 9 makes it easy for court reporters to switch to computer-based recording. The software is ideal for all types of reporting jobs, including depositions, courts, government meetings, and administrative hearings. Court Recorder 9 supports digital court reporting and verbatim reporting.

Readbacks - Readbacks are exceptionally easy and sound excellent. This allows the digital reporting process to directly replace traditional steno court reporting, where prompt readbacks are required. Clients are pleased by the efficient management of the recording and readback process.

Transcription - Annotations can be entered to mark events for transcription, such as inaudibles, spellings, and exhibits. Transcription work is also sped up because of enhanced audio quality and the ability to isolate microphone channels. Audio files can be sent over the Internet to remote transcriptionists.

Courts and Administrative Hearings

Court Recorder 9 incorporates all of the advanced features required by court reporters, while retaining the simplicity of operation of a conventional recorder. Court Recorder 9 enables a court clerk, hearing officer, or judge to perform many of the important functions of a court reporter, ensuring an accurate record of events for later review and for appeals. This makes it suitable for use in situations where court reporters are not available.

 

 
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Digital Audio Clarity

Court Recorder 9 digitally records to the computer disk drive using industry-standard MP3 or WAV audio files. Multichannel recording supports up to 12 independent microphone channels.

 

 
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Improve Transcription Accuracy

The included Transcriber Live software provides full control of playback while transcribing. Notes entered during the session are displayed in sync with playback. Notes can also be exported to give to transcription services. VoiceBoost digital signal processing enhances the sound to ensure maximum clarity and intelligibility.

 

 
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Auto Backup and Archiving

While recording, the automatic backup option saves to an external disk drive or a network folder. Transcriptionists can access this backup in real time to get a head start on cases.

The LAN Archive feature makes recordings available for judges and hearing officers via the internal network, allowing for quick review.

Recording files can also be copied to CD or flash drives for providing to parties involved in the case.

 

Upgrading to Court Recorder 9 is Easy and Intuitive.

 
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Court Recorder 9 runs on any Windows 7 or Windows 10 computer. To get started, install the software, plug in a computer microphone and start recording.

Synchronized video recording is available as an option. Court Recorder 9 can also be purchased as a turnkey system, with the software installed and ready to use on the included computer.

 

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SoniClear is a Sponsor of AAERT