Court and Interview Room
The Liberty Court Recorder
The Liberty Digital Court Recorder is an audio/video recording program designed to run on a standard PC using the Windows operating system. The Liberty solution can record and playback multiple channels of audio and video. The system also includes bookmark and text notes features that allow tab stops for instant cueing and text to be imbedded directly into the resulting recording files.
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.
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.
The Liberty Police Interview Recorder
The Liberty Police Interview Recorder is a simple, easy to use recording system that captures forensic interview and interrogation audio, video and notes for police, law enforcement services and other government agencies.
The program uses standard VHS-like Start, Stop and Record buttons. The recorded material is saved into a single file on the recording system hard-drive. Optionally, the file may be automatically and simultaneously recorded to a secure file server and saved onto a CD/DVD. The recordings can later be transcribed or provided to other agencies in a universal playback format.
The recorded notes serve as “bookmarks” or cue points into the recording file. The notes may later be searched to find and identify recordings files. They also eliminate the need to fast-forward or rewind through large recording files.