Realtime Court Reporters – Caseview (2400 Baud) + Comports – Tips & Tricks


One of the first things a realtime court reporter learns is that CaseView (2400 baud) is the generic default for all realtime software. Whether you are using Summation, Bridge, Livenote, or CaseViewNet, if the court reporter chooses CaseView and the speed to be 2400 baud, you will be able to send a realtime feed.

Even if you or your client has a super fast processor, that does NOT mean you change the speed from 2400 baud. Using a serial connection means it is going to be slow. A serial port is old technology and cannot go faster than 2400 baud, which is why you cannot find an off-the-shelf computer with a serial port. If you see nonsensical words or a sentence that runs into the margin of the client’s realtime screen, you know you have set the baud rate too high.

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