Digital Recording System for Freelance and Official Court Reporters
Court Recorder 9 captures extremely clear, accurate, annotated recordings of depositions and court proceedings. The sophisticated digital recording hardware and software combines the efficiency of computer automation with high reliability that is required for court reporting.
Used by Digital Reporters and Voice Reporters for over 15 years
Customized recording kits tailored to your specific type of work
Professional microphones for greater clarity and detail
Fast note taking for improved transcription accuracy
Annotate recordings using pre-entered docket items and exhibits
Read-backs are fast and easy
Simple recording file management
Archive to Flash Drive, CDROM, and Network Drives
Recordings can be directly sent over Internet for transcription
Court Recorder 9 digitally records to the computer disk drive using industry-standard MP3 or WAV audio files. While recording, the court reporter has the ability to enter timestamped notes, providing speaker identification and highlighting important events that may not be audible. Playback features allow for fast and efficient readbacks, as required by attorneys or judges. Recording continues during the readback, ensuring that any comments in the room are captured while playing back or speaking the passage.
Notes also make it easy to locate sections requiring detailed transcription when using the free Transcriber program. VoiceBoost digital signal processing enhances the sound to ensure maximum clarity and intelligibility. With the optional hardware USB Foot Pedal, the software works like a standard transcription machine for hands-free control. Alternatively, the built-in Virtual Foot Pedal simulates the foot pedal action using keystrokes, without the need for an actual foot pedal.
Notes entered during the session can be exported for providing to a transcriptionist in text format. Together with the standard MP3 file recording format, transcriptionists can work with the files using their preferred computer setup.
Simple File Management
You control how the files are recorded, regardless of how often you take breaks or go off the record. You can keep an entire day in a single file, or split up by case or section of a deposition. This makes it easy to reliably keep track of recordings, compared to juggling unnamed files on memory cards.
Recording files can be archived to Flash drives, CD, or network backup locations. Files recorded in MP3 format can be transmitted immediately from your computer over the Internet for transcription.
Run Court Recorder 9 on your Windows Computer
Court Recorder 9 software is compatible with Windows 7 and Windows 10. Install the software, plug in a computer microphone and start recording. Court Recorder 9 can also be purchased as a ready-to-use system including the computer.
Digital Audio for Greater Clarity and Detail
Court Recorder 9 digitally records to the computer disk drive using industry-standard MP3 or WAV audio files. VoiceBoost digital signal processing enhances the sound to ensure maximum clarity and intelligibility.
Improve Transcription Accuracy
Notes entered during the session can be exported for providing to a transcriptionist in text format. Notes also make it easy to locate sections requiring detailed transcription when using the free Transcriber program.
One Click File Backup and Archiving
Quickly produce standard audio compact disks for playback in any CD player, as well as MP3 CD format.
Recordings can be saved to a digital archive for access from the local area network.