Capturing the Record

The first step in the Digital Court Reporting process is capturing the record. In this phase, a well-trained digital court reporter will be dispatched to your deposition, hearing, or trial with the primary function of creating a high fidelity recording of the proceeding.

The digital court reporter is trained on things like crowd control, exhibit marking, and using the Wavtext software to provide instantaneous readbacks, just like a stenographic court reporter.

Using the software, the digital court reporter will take time-synched log notes that will help transcribers to identify speakers.  Using the built-in log notes feature, the reporter can then go back on breaks to collect unknown spellings.