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Opening transcripts in the Viewer gives you the same functionality as opening any other file types in the Viewer. For more information, see Viewer. When you open transcripts in the Viewer, you also have the ability to add the following annotations.
Just like with the popular Adobe PDF Viewer, after you have downloaded the E-Transcript Viewer once, you can open any RealLegal E-Transcript file you receive.
Portable E- Transcript Professional grade application available for your iPad or iPhone. You can revise and annote E-Transcripts anytime, anywhere.
Live testimony immediately appears on your computer screen as the court reporter writes realtime into your CaseViewNet Client software.
Free-and-Easy Realtime Viewing Software with Instant Auto-Refresh From Your Friends at Advantage Software.
Annotate transcripts on Mac OS X or Windows.When connected to Realtime depositions, DepoSmart allows users to hyperlink exhibits to pertinent words in a transcript, create issues, video clips, and more.
Stenograph’s iCVNet iPad app provides attorneys and judges instant viewing of realtime deposition and trial transcripts on an iPad.
DepoView for iPad is a simple, easy to use deposition review and management tool designed specifically for use with the iPad.
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LiveNote Stream Manager enables reporters to transmit live deposition transcripts. LiveNote Stream Manager streams transcripts to Westlaw Case Notebook.
At Foldy Reporting we are often asked about getting a legal transcript via e-mail. It may be called an electronic transcript. Attorneys and legal professionals often wonder which file format will best meet their needs. Here is information about the most popular formats: ETranscript, ASCII, Adobe PDF.
Of this group, RealLegal E-Transcript format is the only one that is specific to the legal industry. Since its product launch in late 1990, E Transcript has continued to gain popularity.
E-Transcript files are usually sent as a .ptx file. Opening to view these .ptx files requires downloading E-Transcript Viewer software by the recipient. E-Transcript viewer is a Free download on the RealLegal Website.
ETranscript .ptx files will not open in any other software program. However, once open utilizing E-Transcript Viewer, you can export transcripts to ASCII, PDF, as well as other file types.
E Transcript contains a hyperlinked word index. Click on any word in its word index to be instantly taken to pages where it appears. Your ETranscript is completely text-searchable with many printing options, including your ability to print your own condensed legal transcript including a word index.
Scanned exhibits may be 'bundled' with your E Transcript. Hyperlinks will connect exhibit names and references to the scanned exhibits. The hyperlinks will show up as underlined text. Simply clicking on Exhibit 5, for example, will cause that exhibit to open and display onscreen.
ASCII format has been in use for many years. ASCII files generally appear as .txt files, that are compatible with Microsoft Word, WordPerfect, Windows text programs such as Notepad, Wordpad and Mac computers. The ASCII file is, basically, universal. ASCII files are also easily imported into legal case management software.
The ASCII file is easy to open or import, but it is actually nothing but text. Additional features only come from programs used to view it. It prints terribly when opened in programs such as Notepad.