Synchronizing is the process when a video file is synchronized with the court reporter's transcript. This gives you the scrolling text of the transcript to following along with the video as it plays.
Once the video is synced it can be edited with the ease of simply highlighting a portion of the transcript and then converting that to a video clip with one click of your mouse. By utilizing a search of keywords or page and line numbers, you can also quickly access specific information from the video.
An edited synchronized video can be utilized in trial software for playback to a jury. This can help capture their attention and help them follow along with what the witness is saying, ensuring the jury comprehends the video completely. Acquiring the jury's attention is crucial in presenting your case and receiving a favorable outcome for your client.