the next Windows 10 upgrade imminent, we have been proactively testing a
preview build of the Windows 1909 upgrade to minimise
any issues or downtime.
Our team is now working on developing a
patch to ensure FTR customers have a smooth upgrade experience.
In preparation, all customers using only
FTR Player are encouraged to upgrade to the latest version of FTR Player 6.5 NOW.
For older... Read More
The Record (FTR) and Auscript are pleased to welcome two new appointments to
their senior leadership team to drive the business’s optimisation and product
Mathew has joined the global leader in digital court recording and transcription
services as VP Software Engineering and Product Development with Sharron Myers
taking on the position of General Manager Operations.
Shashi has extensive experience across AI-related and future
technologies,... Read More
FTR has released FTR Player™ 6.5.
The new version ensures compatibility between Windows 10 build 1803, 1809 and 1903 eliminating the need for users to install various patches.
Additionally, it includes other usability enhancements and improvements.
Visit store.fortherecord.com to download the latest version for FREE.
For The Record (FTR) has been awarded the contract to provide courtroom recording and evidence presentation systems for the Judicial Branch of Arizona, Maricopa County, one of the largest legal jurisdictions in the United States.
FTR’s Chief Technology Officer and President –
Americas, Tony Douglass stated the company was proud to partner with the
Judicial Branch of Arizona in Maricopa County... Read More
This week marked one of the biggest weeks on our industry’s calendar with the Court Technology Conference held in New Orleans from September 9-12.
For The Record (FTR) took the opportunity to share not only our latest innovations in digital court technology but also our real-life insights gained from working with courts globally.
Conversations with customers during the three-day event focused... Read More
Courts have had
digital technology in their courtrooms since the mid-1990s.
While the core
concept has stayed the same, the last decade has seen a huge evolution in tools
and processes that are available to a court of record.
Working with two of FTR’s leading courtroom technology specialists, Jeremy Millar and Ben Paterson, we’ve compiled this list of helpful advice for courts.
1. Test recording... Read More
For The Record is aware that some customers may experience an issue with the playback of recordings using FTR Player after upgrading to the latest version of Windows 10, update 1903.
We have resolved this issue in our latest version of FTR Player 6.5 which can be downloaded free from our online store.
Note: If you are using an FTR Suite less... Read More
For the Record (FTR) has recently been awarded the contract to provide courtroom electronic recording equipment, software and services for the Superior Court of California, County of Orange.
The project covering 66 courtrooms will be the Company’s third rollout for the Superior Court of California, after successful installations in 130 courtrooms across Los Angeles and Contra Costa over the past... Read More
FTR recently released its latest version of FTR Gold Annotation Suite featuring dual licensing options, a range of enhancements, and easy installation allowing simplified upgrades from previous versions.
With the new dual licensing feature, customers will be able to activate Annotation Suite using either a site license or a machine license. New machine licenses allow customers to continue using the... Read More
For The Record is aware that some customers may experience an issue with the playback of recordings after upgrading to the latest version of Windows 10, update 1809 or 1803. This may affect customers using FTR Player and FTR Manager.
For The Record has a patch to resolve this issue for both versions which requires two dynamic link libraries (ContentPlayer.dll and... Read More