Liberty Court Recorder V7.0

High Criteria Inc. Announces the Immediate Availability of the Liberty Court Recorder, Version 7.0.

High Criteria Inc, a world leader in computer audio / video recording systems, today announced the immediate availability of an updated version of the Liberty Court Recording system for recording courtroom and other legal proceedings. The Liberty Court Recorder is a digital recording application that runs on a PC or laptop and records multiple audio channels directly to the computer hard-drive.

The Liberty System offers an economical, state-of-the-art alternative for those wanting to move away from tape systems such as the Sony BM 246 and incorporate the benefits of a digital audio / video recording system into the courtroom.

Enhancements in this release include:

  • Support for a Remote Agent that may be used to connect across the Internet to the Recording PC where the audio and optional video are captured.
  • Support for both Panasonic and Pelco IP cameras has been added to the Recorder program.
  • Support for the simultaneous recording of up to 8 video feeds.
  • Support for the use of the integrated H.264 video codec that comes as part of the Windows 7 and Windows 8 operating systems.
  • Support for a new command line install setting to allow for the specification of an input configuration file at install time.
  • Certified as W8 Compliant by Microsoft.
  • A number of other internal updates and enhancements.

Version 7.0 of both the Liberty Recorder and the no-cost Player are available immediately. The Player may be downloaded from the High Criteria web site at

Portable configurations suitable for use with a laptop computer are also available.

The Liberty Court Recorder is available through local re-sellers in the United States such as JCG Technologies of Scottsdale Arizona (, Northland Systems of Minnesota (, BIS Digital Systems ( and Gramco Business Communications ( and directly through High Criteria Inc.
Please see the Liberty Recording website ( for more information.

Please contact High Criteria at for further details.

Please follow this link to the Liberty Recording home page.