TrialDirector for iPad

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  • Last update: 4 years ago
  • Version: 1.7
  • Size: 34.6 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPad.
  • Author: inData Corporation
  • Content rating: Rated 4+
  • Languages: English
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TrialDirector for iPad is a simple, easy to use evidence management and presentation tool. With TrialDirector for iPad, you can create a case folder, add exhibits to your case through a Microsoft OneDrive™, Box™, Dropbox™, WebDAV or iTunes® account and interact with your evidence using annotation and presentation tools.

For a more professional and feature-rich experience, users can prepare exhibits in TrialDirector 6 (such as editing closed-caption video clips, pre-treating with annotations or creating workbooks) and export to TrialDirector for iPad for presentation.

FEATURES
* Create and manage multiple case folders
* Import a single file or an entire folder structure with exhibits from Dropbox
* Markup and annotate using some of the most popular tools from TrialDirector 6, including:
- Callout/Zoom
- Freehand writing
- Highlight and redaction
- Laser pointer
- Freeform drawing on a virtual whiteboard
- A variety of other shapes, lines and drawing tools
* Bookmarks for rapid call-up of key exhibits
* Ability to present and annotate two exhibits side-by-side
* Ability to freeze output on the external display while you prepare the next exhibit on your iPad
* Supports industry standard video formats, including H.264 up to 1080p, MPEG-4 and QuickTime
* Supports Retina Display
* Supports AirPlay Mirroring with compatible iPad devices.
* Present wirelessly using AirPlay Mirroring and AppleTV
* Import custom workbooks (ie opening, witness, closing, etc.) from TrialDirector 6
* Import closed-captioned video depositions from TrialDirector 6
* Import exhibits pre-treated with advanced annotations from TrialDirector 6
* Free telephone access to inData’s top-rated technical support team.

iOS 7.1 and higher required.

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    WhyBother14
    iTunes
    Nice start but lacking too many functions. Some of what I noticed: If you have a PDF with 2 pages, a dotted line appears between them that suggests each dot is a separate page while the reality is that you have to scrub all the way to the right or left to advance. There was no discernible way to type in a document page number to jump to it quickly (this is critical to being able to use it in a real trial setting). While there is a way to undo the last action and clear all drawn elements, there is no way to use an eraser - something an expert that might be drawing to assist testimony would need - erase all or undo last isn't enough. No integration of zones. The video worked well, which was nice, but I couldn't figure out how to play a video with a linked document (in the case where you may want to show the exhibit the witness was shown during deposition, etc.). The white board alone makes it worth investigating, but without a custom erase tool, not yet. As stated, good start but needs to be a lot more robust. As it currently exists, wouldn't use it at all.

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