The latest software release from For The Record (FTR), FTR Gold 5.7, achieves broadcast-quality audio and video recordings of proceedings while keeping file sizes manageable.
FTR Gold 5.7 now enables courts to record up to eight channels of audio and 4 channels of HD video at up to 48kHz/16-bit for audio and up to 1080p for video.
FTR’s VP Product and... Read More
Tony Douglass, FTR President, presents at the Court Technology Conference in Minneapolis with Professor Fred Lederer of the Center for Legal and Court Technology on 22 September 2015.
MINNEAPOLIS, Minnesota — September 23, 2015 — For The Record (FTR), the global leader in digital court recording technology, today announced the latest iteration of its core recording engine, FTR Gold 5.7, at... Read More
Have you recently updated to Windows 10?
If so, you may experience difficulty with FTR Player 5.6.2 operating normally. The current version of FTR Player is officially supported for Windows XP and Windows 7 environments. However, the instructions provided below can be used to install the Windows .NET 3.5 framework required for FTR Player to run on a Windows 10... Read More
On July 30, 2015, Peter Wyatt was announced as the winner of the Technology Entrepreneur Of The Year (Northern Region) award in Ernst & Young’s (EY) prestigious 2015 Australia Entrepreneur of the Year (EOY) competition. Wyatt, representing Record Holdings, has long been considered a serial entrepreneur and was chosen because of his use of technology to innovate the digital... Read More
For The Record Ltd. (FTR) has been selected to provide integrated digital court recording and content management solutions for the Massachusetts Trial Court. The five-year contract, with options out to 11 years, was awarded by the Office of Court Management which serves as the primary management office for Massachusetts Trial Court.
The selection was made after a competitive bid process... Read More
Leading US public sector technology firm Tyler Technologies, Inc. today announced a strategic US $15 million investment in Brisbane-based Record Holdings, as part of a deal that will export Australian innovation to significant new global markets.
Record Holdings is the owner of For The Record (FTR), which is the world’s most tested and trusted digital evidence recording platform in the... Read More
For The Record has today proven the speed of its FALCON technology in an impressive demonstration at the American Judges Association Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The demonstration involved 5 AAERT Certified Transcribers working from home across the USA to produce a live transcript of Professor Fred Lederer’s lecture “Court and Courtroom Technology in the Age of the Cloud and... Read More
About this Release
Improved recording performance in Windows 7 environments
General fixes and stability improvements
Other minor enhancements
Downloading FTR Reporter 5.6.2
If you are on version 5.4 or above this is a free update and if you are on a version 5.3 or lower, this is a paid upgrade. To request the update or enquire about the cost of upgrading, click the link... Read More
The National Center for State Courts (NCSC) has recently released a new standards and procedures guide, Making the Record Utilizing Digital Electronic Recording.
Its release follows a 2009 policy paper, “Digital Recording: Changing Times for Making the Record”, adopted by the Conference of State Court Administrators (COSCA).
The paper covered the challenges of making a verbatim record in today’s modern courts,... Read More
FTR is launching a revolutionary new way to work with the recordtoday at the heavily anticipated and well-attended Court Technology Conference (CTC) in Baltimore, MD.
CTC is a bi-annual event that sees court executives, judges and technologists from around the world come together for two days to discuss the latest best practice and emerging innovations and opportunities in court technology.
At... Read More