Recording of Court Proceedings
Courts record their proceedings either with digital audio or digital video. The judge, the courtroom clerk or a court recorder (depending on the preference of the judge) may control the operation of the recording during the preceding.
Court administration may centralize management of recording courtroom by remotely monitoring proceedings in all courtrooms requiring it, rather than have each courtroom control its own recording, such that operators centrally monitor up to four courtrooms simultaneously from a remote location over the court’s network, making log-note annotations and monitoring the quality of the recording by listening to the recorded audio channel in real time while viewing sound-level indicators of each channel.
Proceeding recording technology components include: