Liberty Digital Court Recorder
Instead of using analog tapes, the Liberty system records the audio and optionally the video from the proceedings to a PC’s hard drive. The hard drive may be located on either the local PC or on a central server elsewhere in a network. After a recording is complete, the file may be saved as a PDF file with the associated notes, cue points and media (audio and optionally video). The recordings may also be transcribed or moved to any other PC-compatible storage device. The files may be moved throughout a network just like any other type of file.
The Liberty Court Recorder
Liberty Recorder can record from one to thirty-two discrete channels, making it the ideal solution to address the needs of small hearings, depositions, courtrooms or larger meetings and assemblies. Liberty Recorder is available in hardware bundles that include the appropriate multi-channel sound card to address your recording requirements. Options also include a laptop configuration that allows the mobile user to create multi-channel recordings.
Cue Points and Associated Annotations
This screen capture shows how the Liberty Court Recorder can be used to monitor the recording levels and add bookmarks into a recording. Text notes may be assigned to the recording file as "bookmarks". These bookmarkes establish cue points within the file that may be accessed instantly for playback purposes.
Records Multiple Independent Video Streams
The Liberty Court Recorder may capture and record multiple video streams of the same courtroom. The screen capture below shows a recording with four independent video captures.
One, two or four independent video channels may be captured
The Liberty Court Player
The Liberty Court Player provides playback facilities for your recording files. It is available as a no cost download from the link below. The Player lets you select and listen to individual channels in a recording or a mix of several or all of the channels. The Player runs on any PC with Windows XP or later that has standard audio capabilities. An optional foot pedal for controlling playback is available, please contact High Criteria for details.
Download the Liberty Court Player Program
The Liberty Court Player is a no-cost program. The standard 32-bit version of the program may be downloaded from the following link:
Liberty Court Player V7.4 (standard 32-bit version) for the Microsoft install.
Liberty Court Player for Mac OS 10.6 and Later
The Liberty Player for Mac OS 10.6 or later provides audio playback facilities for your dcr recording files on a Mac OS 10.6 or later computer. It is available as a no cost download from the link below. An optional foot pedal for controlling playback is available, please contact High Criteria for details.
The Liberty Court Player for Mac is a no-cost program that may be downloaded by following this link: Liberty Court Player for Mac.
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