1.  ASCII (American Standard code for Informational Exchange) are text based, universal transcript files, which can be imported into most Applications. If you’re using Litigation support software for example, you will most likely need your transcript in ASCII format.
  2. If permitted by the Court / content provider, you can select to receive the Audio from a hearing. Unless specifically requested, the audio is delivered in the original format. If conversion of the audio is required, there may be additional charges.
  3. Condensed transcripts are edited to display 4 pages on a single PDF page. For example, a 100 page transcript will only be (approx) 25 pages in Condensed PDF Format.
  4. PTX is a page layout / format used by the E-Transcript Manager application. PTX files can be accessed using the RealLegal E-Transcript Viewer.
  5. A word index can be generated for any transcript. This index is an alphabetical list of names, subjects, places, etc. It is attached to the end of the transcript and includes page # references for each entry
  6. If needed, you can order printed copies of your transcripts
  7. Be aware, there may be additional charges to cover printing and shipping costs.
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