What is Realtime Anyway?
Realtime reporting is the method whereby the stenographer's transcript is fed through magic elven wires from their laptop to yours, showing you the text as it is typed in "real time."
We think so too. And we can provide this service to you for your deposition, hearing, trial, arbitration or meeting. Just ask for realtime reporting when you schedule your job, and we'll send one of our highly-trained, certified, realtime reporters.
We also offer wireless realtime. The transcript is beamed from the court reporter's laptop to yours, via a USB device. No elves, no wires.
Order a realtime hookup and a certified copy of the transcript and we can provide you with an uncertified rough transcript at the end of the day.
What Do I Need to Get a Realtime Feed?
You need a laptop with a realtime transcript viewer installed.
If you have a laptop, but no realtime transcript viewer, call us to find out which software packages are out there. We aren't resellers, and we don't recommend any package exclusively over another one. We can't make that decision for you, but we can give you non-biased advice and education about the packages we're familiar with. And we're familiar with a whole bunch of them.
If you don't have a laptop or a realtime transcript viewer and you're holding your deposition in our Denver conference room, we'll provide one for you free of charge.
What if I'm Attending by Phone?
Then we might need some really long wires.
Actually, we can stream the transcript over the internet (securely, of course), and you can view it from your office or home or from a coffee shop, if you want. All you need is a laptop, a high-speed internet connection, and a web browser. Call us for details.
Have you requested your password yet? It's quick, easy and will provide you with access to all your important documents (all at no additional cost to you.)