Legal Videographers – Audio Files For Court Reporters


One of the many great things about legal videographers that we work with here in San Diego is their willingness to provide audio backup to our court reporters. I believe the majority of videographers around the USA provide an audio file to court reporters at depositions upon request The question becomes, in what format?

Historically, an audio cassette backup was made by legal videographers for the court reporter. Court reporters own(ed) tape players that had foot pedals to speed up or slow down the audio for proofing. But, as everyone knows, in modern times the audio cassette is becoming obsolete. “Digital media is what everyone is using,” says Chris Jordan.

Many court reporters are still using audio cassettes.

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