Liberty Court Player
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What is Liberty Court Player?
The Liberty Court Player from High Criteria is a software solution for legal use—specifically, it is for use in court as a playback application to go with the brand’s record-taking system. Thus, to appreciate what it does, users have to know the Liberty Court Recorder first. This other program was originally positioned as direct competition to older and similar systems such as the Sony BM 246. It can capture both audio and video of courtroom proceedings and thus offers courts a comprehensive recording tool for court-located events.
The Liberty Court Player allows users to play back recordings made with the Liberty Court Recorder. It also has a feature that allows it to be used with a foot pedal controller, which can be useful when using it as a presentation device. The foot pedal can also be used when using the program for transcription of court recordings. Users can burn CDs using the program and can also adjust the individual channel volumes and playback mixes. It has tools for tone adjustment, noise reduction and automatic gain control, and can open files using the DCR file extension.
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File types supported by Liberty Court Player
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About file types supported by Liberty Court Player
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Last updated: : September 25, 2014