Digital Recording refers to the ability to capture court proceedings through hardware or software based means in a digitally encoded format. This digital format is then preserved on an electronic storage device. This digital record assumes a similar ability to play back the recording through a decoding process.
What it Includes
Digital Recording includes components and interfaces for the following:
What it Does not Include
Does not contain features and requirements that are contained in other components such as
Does not contain requirements for specific formats, encoding, or other such as:
Table 1 – Externally Provided Capabilities
View relevant court case information
01- Case Manager
View case calendar
04- Scheduling Calendaring
Notifications and alerts
Document or evidence repository
11- Evidence and Exhibit Management
Applicable Standards and Documents
As this scope does not define any specific audio or video formatting standards, relevant links to format standards are not being listed here.