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TimeCoder Pro 6.8 (2070) corrects issues where non-spoken transcript lines were incorrectly tagged as missing timecodes once returned from the Outsource processing option.
The most current version is TimeCoder Pro 6.8.2070. Updates are announced through new Product Bulletins that appear when you launch TimeCoder Pro. To manually check for an update, select the "Help" | "Show Product Bulletin" menu item. Review the Product Bulletin to determine if a new update is available and then follow the links to the installation instructions.
If you have any problems with upgrading, you may contact Customer Care for assistance at 800-828-8292 or firstname.lastname@example.org. You also may download the latest version from the following link: http://www.indatacorp.com/downloads/software/tcpro6.asp
You may fund your TimeCoder Pro 6 account by selecting "Fund Account" in your Administrator Console.
You can access the Administrator Console from within TimeCoder Pro by selecting "Login to TimeCoder Pro Administrator" from the "File": menu
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inData will retain a copy of your synchronized video deposition for three months from the time it is synchronized and sent to you. If you need a copy, contact our Litigation Support Services manager at 480-497-8595.
The speed and accuracy of TimeCoder Pro is partially dependent upon the quality of the audio stream that it's evaluating. If the deposition being processed has excessive noise or was encoded on low quality equipment, TimeCoder Pro's evaluation becomes more complicated, which can affect speed and accuracy. In such instances, the problem is with the media.
Within TimeCoder Pro, you can set the Digital Video Transcript Data Path (under the View\Options Menu) to any location that you want, including a Network data path. To use a location which already contains transcripts, enter the path containing the Timecoder.dat file into the data path.
The CD-ROM has to include certain files in order for the autorun feature to work properly. Below is an example of a DepoView Volume that has been exported from TimeCoder Pro:
The Export folder is the output directory selected by the user when the DepoView Volume was exported. Within the Export folder, the DepoView Volume folder, named MP072195 in this example, is created. This folder name, MP072195, is actually the Volume ID for the new CD-ROM.
As shown below, the DepoView Volume folder contains sub-directories including exhibit files, import files, media files, and vendor files. The Autorun.inf file is located at the root level of the DepoView Volume folder.
The four folders and the Autorun.inf file are to be on the root of the new CD-ROM. When opening the new CD, one should see the above pictured tree, if not, the autorun feature will not function properly.
If you want to replace the inData logo with your business logo in the embedded DepoView Viewer, follow these instructions:
Use multimedia assets encoded with the proper attributes to ensure an expedited and more reliable DVD authoring process. In addition, use Double Layer (DVD+R DL) media if the video exceeds 2 hours, and if possible, run the DepoView DVD Creator on an Intel Core2Duo PC to expedite the process.
Yes. DepoView DVDs include import files for TrialDirector, CT Summation iBlaze and Enterprise, LiveNote, and Sanction. Once a DepoView DVD is imported, you can:
Yes, if your PC/Mac is equipped with a drive capable of burning to Double Layer (DL) disks and you have DVD-R DL media (also known as DVD-9), you can select the Keep deposition on one DVD option in DepoView DVD Creator. To avoid transcoding, the deposition video must be less than 4.5 hours total.
Yes. Simply create a bitmap graphic that is 72 DPI and 280 x 120 pixels, name it Logo.bmp, and save it to the VendorData folder. In addition to replacing the logo, you can update your vendor contact information in the DepoView DVD Creator at any time.
First, export your synchronized deposition to a DepoView Volume, then return to the File menu and select Export to -> DepoView for iPad(TM).
When asked to select a transcript path and filename to export to, browse to your DepoView Volume root folder where the DepoView for Windows files are located (In the root folder you will see other folders named Exhibits, Import and Vendor).
Click Save, click Next and click Export. The DepoView for iPad file (*.dvi) file is added to the root folder of your DepoView Volume along with the autorun and *.dvt files.
TimeCoder Pro will work correctly with Windows 7, 8.1 and 10 or on a Mac using Bootcamp to run the listed Windows versions.
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