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  2. In order to add items into a workbook, they would first need to be added to the case.
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  5. Can I run DepoView 6 and DepoView 5 on the same PC? Yes. How do I install DepoView or get a deposition volume to my Surface Pro? You can get a DepoView volume to a Windows Surface Pro by transferring it from DVD (if you have a USB or network capable DVD drive), via File Sharing application (i.e. Dropbox, GetMyFile, Google Drive etc.), or through a USB drive. Once you have the file on the Surface Device, you can simply double click on the Autorun file within the DepoView folder. This will download DepoView to that Surface device, and will allow you to use DepoView on that device. Please note a Wi-Fi connection is required to download DepoView to the Surface Pro device. What operating systems are supported for DepoView? DepoView will work correctly on systems running Windows 7, 8.1 and 10.
  6. Can I run DepoView 6 and DepoView 5 on the same PC? Yes. How do I install DepoView or get a deposition volume to my Surface Pro? You can get a DepoView volume to a Windows Surface Pro by transferring it from DVD (if you have a USB or network capable DVD drive), via File Sharing application (i.e. Dropbox, GetMyFile, Google Drive etc.), or through a USB drive. Once you have the file on the Surface Device, you can simply double click on the Autorun file within the DepoView folder. This will download DepoView to that Surface device, and will allow you to use DepoView on that device. Please note a Wi-Fi connection is required to download DepoView to the Surface Pro device. What operating systems are supported for DepoView? DepoView will work correctly on systems running Windows 7, 8.1 and 10.
  7. Can I run DepoView 6 and DepoView 5 on the same PC? Yes. How do I install DepoView or get a deposition volume to my Surface Pro? You can get a DepoView volume to a Windows Surface Pro by transferring it from DVD (if you have a USB or network capable DVD drive), via File Sharing application (i.e. Dropbox, GetMyFile, Google Drive etc.), or through a USB drive. Once you have the file on the Surface Device, you can simply double click on the Autorun file within the DepoView folder. This will download DepoView to that Surface device, and will allow you to use DepoView on that device. Please note a Wi-Fi connection is required to download DepoView to the Surface Pro device. What operating systems are supported for DepoView? DepoView will work correctly on systems running Windows 7, 8.1 and 10.
  8. How can I include a DepoView for iPad file in my DepoView volume? First, export your synchronized deposition to a DepoView Volume, then return to the File menu and select Export to -> DepoView for iPad. When asked to select a transcript path and filename to export to, browse to your DepoView Volume root folder where the DepoView for Windows files are located (In the root folder you will see other folders named Exhibits, Import and Vendor). Click Save, click Next and click Export. The DepoView for iPad file (*.dvi) file is added to the root folder of your DepoView Volume along with the autorun and *.dvt files. How do I create export files for my clients to use in DepoView for iPad? Use the menu option Export to DepoView for iPad in the latest version of TimeCoder Pro (6.8 or later). When you select this export option, TimeCoder Pro creates a password protected and encrypted package in the form of a DVI file. This file includes the video in the correct format, the synchronized text and your vendor.dat file, which includes all of your company contact/logo information. If the customer doesn't need the synchronized video, they can load the XML file included in the basic import and work with the transcript only. How much will I pay to export files to DepoView for iPad? There is no charge for creating DepoView for iPad files if your deposition was synchronized using TimeCoder Pro. If the deposition was not synchronized using TimeCoder Pro, there is a $5.00 charge per transcript to export the synchronized video and text to the DepoView for iPad format. If you are charged for exports of files synchronized with TimeCoder Pro 5 or earlier, please contact technical support to request a credit.
  9. How can I include a DepoView for iPad file in my DepoView volume? First, export your synchronized deposition to a DepoView Volume, then return to the File menu and select Export to -> DepoView for iPad. When asked to select a transcript path and filename to export to, browse to your DepoView Volume root folder where the DepoView for Windows files are located (In the root folder you will see other folders named Exhibits, Import and Vendor). Click Save, click Next and click Export. The DepoView for iPad file (*.dvi) file is added to the root folder of your DepoView Volume along with the autorun and *.dvt files. How do I create export files for my clients to use in DepoView for iPad? Use the menu option Export to DepoView for iPad in the latest version of TimeCoder Pro (6.8 or later). When you select this export option, TimeCoder Pro creates a password protected and encrypted package in the form of a DVI file. This file includes the video in the correct format, the synchronized text and your vendor.dat file, which includes all of your company contact/logo information. If the customer doesn't need the synchronized video, they can load the XML file included in the basic import and work with the transcript only. How much will I pay to export files to DepoView for iPad? There is no charge for creating DepoView for iPad files if your deposition was synchronized using TimeCoder Pro. If the deposition was not synchronized using TimeCoder Pro, there is a $5.00 charge per transcript to export the synchronized video and text to the DepoView for iPad format. If you are charged for exports of files synchronized with TimeCoder Pro 5 or earlier, please contact technical support to request a credit.
  10. How can I include a DepoView for iPad file in my DepoView volume? First, export your synchronized deposition to a DepoView Volume, then return to the File menu and select Export to -> DepoView for iPad. When asked to select a transcript path and filename to export to, browse to your DepoView Volume root folder where the DepoView for Windows files are located (In the root folder you will see other folders named Exhibits, Import and Vendor). Click Save, click Next and click Export. The DepoView for iPad file (*.dvi) file is added to the root folder of your DepoView Volume along with the autorun and *.dvt files. How do I create export files for my clients to use in DepoView for iPad? Use the menu option Export to DepoView for iPad in the latest version of TimeCoder Pro (6.8 or later). When you select this export option, TimeCoder Pro creates a password protected and encrypted package in the form of a DVI file. This file includes the video in the correct format, the synchronized text and your vendor.dat file, which includes all of your company contact/logo information. If the customer doesn't need the synchronized video, they can load the XML file included in the basic import and work with the transcript only. How much will I pay to export files to DepoView for iPad? There is no charge for creating DepoView for iPad files if your deposition was synchronized using TimeCoder Pro. If the deposition was not synchronized using TimeCoder Pro, there is a $5.00 charge per transcript to export the synchronized video and text to the DepoView for iPad format. If you are charged for exports of files synchronized with TimeCoder Pro 5 or earlier, please contact technical support to request a credit.
  11. What options are available for downloading my case content to DepoView for iPad? DepoView for iPad has added integration for Box, OneDrive, and Dropbox users to download their content into their cases. You can download synchronized digital video transcript archive files (*.DVI) or plain-text transcripts (XML, DVI) from your Box, OneDrive, and Dropbox accounts directly into DepoView for iPad cases. Can I add multiple volume depositions into DepoView for iPad? Yes, DepoView for iPad does allow you to import multiple volume depositions. Within DepoView for iPad, you can organize your depositions into separate case folders. Within each case folder you can store multiple depositions as long as there is enough storage on your iPad. To view the other volumes you have imported into a case, tap Depositions in the upper left corner of the screen within the case folder. Which deposition files types does DepoView for iPad accept? Accepted file types include DVI, DVT, OPENDVT XML and generic XML files. DVI and DVT files are created in TimeCoder Pro. OPENDVT XML files can be exported from TimeCoder Pro and other software applications for transcript use only. Ask your videographer or case recorder for a DepoView for iPad file. How do I export my edited video clips for presentation? Tap on the clip you would like to export. In the upper right portion of the screen you will see the export button. Tap this button and tap either the Email CCS File or the Email Video Clip button. Emailing the CCS file sends the video clip along with the corresponding transcript for use in TrialDirector. Emailing as a video clip simply sends an MP4 file. You may also export all your clips as group. From the main transcript view screen, tap the export button and press Email CCS File. All your clips from the transcript are attached to the email to be sent to the designated email address. Why do clips exported from DepoView for iPad play back out of sync in Windows Media Player? Video clips created in DepoView for iPad cannot be played back via Windows Media Player. The audio and video streams are out of sync, even though they are on sync within the DepoView for iPad app. This issue occurs because the media frameworks within Apple iOS 7 add a 1-2 second buffer into the video data and then utilizes metadata values to determine when to start and stop the video. Unfortunately, Windows Media Player does not utilize this metadata value as to start the video clip. Therefore, the audio stream will begin playback prior to the video stream. This issue does not occur with Apple QuickTime when installed on Windows 7 or 8 PCs, since the metadata is utilized. Therefore, we recommend using Apple QuickTime to playback clips exported from DepoView for iPad. Additionally, an alert has been added to DepoView for iPad indicating to use QuickTime for playback of clips. Can I use DepoView for iPad to attach transcripts to depositions videos? No, DepoView for iPad can only be used to view and create clips from transcripts and videos that have already been encoded and synchronized using TimeCoder Pro. With which versions of iOS can I use DepoView for iPad? DepoView for iPad can be used with Apple iOS 9 & 10. Earlier iOS versions are NOT supported.
  12. What options are available for downloading my case content to DepoView for iPad? DepoView for iPad has added integration for Box, OneDrive, and Dropbox users to download their content into their cases. You can download synchronized digital video transcript archive files (*.DVI) or plain-text transcripts (XML, DVI) from your Box, OneDrive, and Dropbox accounts directly into DepoView for iPad cases. Can I add multiple volume depositions into DepoView for iPad? Yes, DepoView for iPad does allow you to import multiple volume depositions. Within DepoView for iPad, you can organize your depositions into separate case folders. Within each case folder you can store multiple depositions as long as there is enough storage on your iPad. To view the other volumes you have imported into a case, tap Depositions in the upper left corner of the screen within the case folder. Which deposition files types does DepoView for iPad accept? Accepted file types include DVI, DVT, OPENDVT XML and generic XML files. DVI and DVT files are created in TimeCoder Pro. OPENDVT XML files can be exported from TimeCoder Pro and other software applications for transcript use only. Ask your videographer or case recorder for a DepoView for iPad file. How do I export my edited video clips for presentation? Tap on the clip you would like to export. In the upper right portion of the screen you will see the export button. Tap this button and tap either the Email CCS File or the Email Video Clip button. Emailing the CCS file sends the video clip along with the corresponding transcript for use in TrialDirector. Emailing as a video clip simply sends an MP4 file. You may also export all your clips as group. From the main transcript view screen, tap the export button and press Email CCS File. All your clips from the transcript are attached to the email to be sent to the designated email address. Why do clips exported from DepoView for iPad play back out of sync in Windows Media Player? Video clips created in DepoView for iPad cannot be played back via Windows Media Player. The audio and video streams are out of sync, even though they are on sync within the DepoView for iPad app. This issue occurs because the media frameworks within Apple iOS 7 add a 1-2 second buffer into the video data and then utilizes metadata values to determine when to start and stop the video. Unfortunately, Windows Media Player does not utilize this metadata value as to start the video clip. Therefore, the audio stream will begin playback prior to the video stream. This issue does not occur with Apple QuickTime when installed on Windows 7 or 8 PCs, since the metadata is utilized. Therefore, we recommend using Apple QuickTime to playback clips exported from DepoView for iPad. Additionally, an alert has been added to DepoView for iPad indicating to use QuickTime for playback of clips. Can I use DepoView for iPad to attach transcripts to depositions videos? No, DepoView for iPad can only be used to view and create clips from transcripts and videos that have already been encoded and synchronized using TimeCoder Pro. With which versions of iOS can I use DepoView for iPad? DepoView for iPad can be used with Apple iOS 9 & 10. Earlier iOS versions are NOT supported.
  13. What options are available for downloading my case content to DepoView for iPad? DepoView for iPad has added integration for Box, OneDrive, and Dropbox users to download their content into their cases. You can download synchronized digital video transcript archive files (*.DVI) or plain-text transcripts (XML, DVI) from your Box, OneDrive, and Dropbox accounts directly into DepoView for iPad cases. Can I add multiple volume depositions into DepoView for iPad? Yes, DepoView for iPad does allow you to import multiple volume depositions. Within DepoView for iPad, you can organize your depositions into separate case folders. Within each case folder you can store multiple depositions as long as there is enough storage on your iPad. To view the other volumes you have imported into a case, tap Depositions in the upper left corner of the screen within the case folder. Which deposition files types does DepoView for iPad accept? Accepted file types include DVI, DVT, OPENDVT XML and generic XML files. DVI and DVT files are created in TimeCoder Pro. OPENDVT XML files can be exported from TimeCoder Pro and other software applications for transcript use only. Ask your videographer or case recorder for a DepoView for iPad file. How do I export my edited video clips for presentation? Tap on the clip you would like to export. In the upper right portion of the screen you will see the export button. Tap this button and tap either the Email CCS File or the Email Video Clip button. Emailing the CCS file sends the video clip along with the corresponding transcript for use in TrialDirector. Emailing as a video clip simply sends an MP4 file. You may also export all your clips as group. From the main transcript view screen, tap the export button and press Email CCS File. All your clips from the transcript are attached to the email to be sent to the designated email address. Why do clips exported from DepoView for iPad play back out of sync in Windows Media Player? Video clips created in DepoView for iPad cannot be played back via Windows Media Player. The audio and video streams are out of sync, even though they are on sync within the DepoView for iPad app. This issue occurs because the media frameworks within Apple iOS 7 add a 1-2 second buffer into the video data and then utilizes metadata values to determine when to start and stop the video. Unfortunately, Windows Media Player does not utilize this metadata value as to start the video clip. Therefore, the audio stream will begin playback prior to the video stream. This issue does not occur with Apple QuickTime when installed on Windows 7 or 8 PCs, since the metadata is utilized. Therefore, we recommend using Apple QuickTime to playback clips exported from DepoView for iPad. Additionally, an alert has been added to DepoView for iPad indicating to use QuickTime for playback of clips. Can I use DepoView for iPad to attach transcripts to depositions videos? No, DepoView for iPad can only be used to view and create clips from transcripts and videos that have already been encoded and synchronized using TimeCoder Pro. With which versions of iOS can I use DepoView for iPad? DepoView for iPad can be used with Apple iOS 9 & 10. Earlier iOS versions are NOT supported.
  14. How do I view a timeline without the TimelineXpress program? The timeline can be saved as an image file, such as .jpg or .gif, which can then be viewed without the TimelineXpress application. To save a timeline as an image file, go to the File menu, then select export to image file, then select a file type. The available file types are .PDF, .JPG, .TIF, and .BMP. You can also save a timeline as an HTML file, however, without TimelineXpress, you will not be able to edit the timeline. How do I import fields from third part programs (such as Excel or Word)? The text file used for import into TimelineXpress must be a comma separated, quote delimited text file with a header row. The header row must contain a "Date" field, some type of caption field and some type of description field. How do I copy timelines and events to another computer? In order to preserve all of the timeline features, a duplicate of the timeline folder must be created on the second computer. This folder must contain copies of all attached item files. The .tlf file needs to be at the same level as the folder containing the attached items, NOT inside the items folder. TimeLineXpress will look first for a folder of the same name in the same location for the attached events. How do I print events or an entire timeline? By going to the File menu and selecting Print, you can choose how many pages the printing takes up, you can also choose to print only the current section of the timeline, or print the entire timeline. You can also choose the orientation of the timeline on the printed page, and you can change the size of the page and preview it before printing.
  15. How do I view a timeline without the TimelineXpress program? The timeline can be saved as an image file, such as .jpg or .gif, which can then be viewed without the TimelineXpress application. To save a timeline as an image file, go to the File menu, then select export to image file, then select a file type. The available file types are .PDF, .JPG, .TIF, and .BMP. You can also save a timeline as an HTML file, however, without TimelineXpress, you will not be able to edit the timeline. How do I import fields from third part programs (such as Excel or Word)? The text file used for import into TimelineXpress must be a comma separated, quote delimited text file with a header row. The header row must contain a "Date" field, some type of caption field and some type of description field. How do I copy timelines and events to another computer? In order to preserve all of the timeline features, a duplicate of the timeline folder must be created on the second computer. This folder must contain copies of all attached item files. The .tlf file needs to be at the same level as the folder containing the attached items, NOT inside the items folder. TimeLineXpress will look first for a folder of the same name in the same location for the attached events. How do I print events or an entire timeline? By going to the File menu and selecting Print, you can choose how many pages the printing takes up, you can also choose to print only the current section of the timeline, or print the entire timeline. You can also choose the orientation of the timeline on the printed page, and you can change the size of the page and preview it before printing.
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