As courts face unprecedented risks when it comes to digital court recordings, revolutionary new technology provides verified certainty and protection from tampering.
Recent digital media developments are emphatic proof of the need to better safeguard court media files.
In November 2016, Adobe previewed its VoCo project, or “Photoshop for Voice”. The software makes it possible to rapidly change an audio recording... Read More
In a world first, For The Record has today announced that it can now provide authors of court audio the ability to digitally sign their recordings using the immutability of blockchain technology.
The process of verifying a recording starts with the FTR Gold recording software saving the file in a proprietary multi-channel .trm file format every five minutes.
An encrypted digital... Read More
The all new FTR Touch, to be launched at next week’s Court Technology Conference, is an all-in-one recording device that is compact, reliable and easy-to-use.
The Dell-manufactured unit, with its slimline design and smart features, offers a compact, reliable and easy-to-use digital court recording workstation.
Its small footprint and reliable performance make it an ideal solution for courts that require stand-alone... Read More
The new fortherecord.com is now live offering a range of new features and functionality for court customers and end users.
The new online platform provides end-users with easy access to a range of online services to play audio files, download FTR Player, webstream audio, seek support, purchase a select range of products online and learn more about For The Record's... Read More
For The Record will launch its latest court recording technologies at one of the industry’s most recognised events: the Court Technology Conference.
Court representatives from across the United States and the world will attend the biennial event, to be held in Salt Lake City from 12 – 14 September.
Event organisers are promoting this year’s event as the very best place... Read More