Instantly and securely search, annotate and share the transcript for fast decisions and resolutions.
Auscript’s highly-skilled Real-Time transcription team provides a verbatim transcript – on any device, anywhere – just seconds behind the spoken word.
We will meticulously manage every detail of your Real-Time event – from your initial enquiry through to flexible support and the delivery of the highest quality final transcript.
Combining leading Real-Time software with our network of highly-skilled stenographers and For The Record (FTR) recording technology, Auscript’s Real-Time service ensures access to the most accurate, up-to-date record.
Auscript Real-Time transcription is ideal for:
- Civil proceedings
- Class actions
- High-provide, multi-day and multi-party events
- Royal Commissions and Public Inquiries
Benefits of Auscript Real-Time services for the entire case team:
- Securely access a live copy of the transcript, as it is spoken, on multiple devices (laptop, PC, tablet or iPad)
- Easily search and highlight keywords, phrases and exhibits as the hearing unfolds
- Instantly flag and annotate key segments within the transcript for later reference
- Alert colleagues to urgent discoveries
- Comment and share notes with office-based and international team members
- Receive an email with the final daily transcript at no extra charge
- Build your case with collective insight in real-time.
Contact us to learn more about the time you’ll save with Real-Time.
Auscript is the industry leader in delivering Real-Time transcription services throughout Australia and brings the same experience and expertise to the UK. With this, we understand that Real-Time is best suited when the record requires immediate review and actioning.
Auscript clients also have the option of choosing our fast Same Day transcription service for a more cost-effective option while still being delivered in time for end-of-day debriefs and next day preparations.
Auscript cannot provide Real-Time transcription services for matters within the Court of Appeal Criminal Division and Administrative Court, both located in the Royal Courts of Justice, London.