Liberty Court Web Based Clock
The Liberty Recorder supports industry standard clocks to indicate that recording is active. These clocks connect to the recording PC via a serial port, or using a USB adaptor.
Additionally, the Liberty Recorder can display the Recorder status on a standard webpage and then on any number of monitors that may be situated as required in the courthouse. Pictures showing two such monitors are shown below.
You may mix and match as many such displays as required by the courthouse. The monitors are connected via the standard Ethernet network. The displays are simple HTML pages and may be updated to include both text and graphics identifying the court, along with the time-of-day.
Once you have enabled the webclock facility, you can go to the webpage on the Recording computer, via http://127.0.0.1/webclock/webclockonly.htm with the appropriate IP address.
You may also display a webpage that includes both the webclock and the current Pre-Defined bookmarks by going to the webpage http://127.0.0.1/webclock/webclockstatus.htm with the appropriate IP address.
Note, if you use "Profiles", and you use the "webclockstatus", then you must edit a line in the "webclockstatus.js" file. You must alter the ==> sClockInfoFile: "clock_DefaultProfile.txt" setting to indicate the appropriate profile being used.
For example, if the profile being used is "Courtroom101", then you must change the sClockInfoFile setting to ==> sClockInfoFile: "clock_Courtroom101.txt" in the "webclockstatus.js" file.
Liberty Recording systems are available through local re-sellers such as
JCG Technologies of Scottsdale Arizona
Loffler Business Systems of Minnesota
BIS Digital Systems (www.BISDigital.com)
and Audio Data Systems Inc (www.audasy.com) and directly through
High Criteria Inc.
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