FTR Player 6.2 Download

FTR Player 6.2 Download

FREE

Suitable for:

  • Windows 7 
  • Windows 10 

Summary

This release includes a new installer for FTR Player which upgrades previous versions of the standalone Player (5.6.1 and above) to version 6.2 with the new modern interface and improvements. 

New/Updated Features From 5.7.1

  1. New installer including the ability to silently install
  2. Upgrades previous versions of the standalone Player (5.6.1 and above)
  3. Updated help icon to display the latest user guides in .PDF format
  4. Modern user interface
  5. Retains the last position of the Player and Video window
  6. A range of improvements from 5.7.1

Help Guides

Download 6.2 User Guide

Download 6.2 Quick Reference Guide

Download 6.2.0 Setup Guide

Download Customer Release Notes 6.2

 

RECORDING APPLICATION

WINDOWS APPLICATION

FTR PLAYER VERSION REQUIRED

FTR Gold 5.6.2
(or below)

Windows 7

Windows XP

FTR Player 5.6.2

FTR Gold 5.7.0

Windows 7

Windows 8

Windows 8.1

Windows 10

FTR Player 6 (or higher)

FTR Gold 5.7.0

Windows XP

There is no FTR Player compatible

FTR Gold 6 (or higher)

Windows 7

Windows 8

Windows 8.1

Windows 10

FTR Player 6 (or higher)

Loading FTR .TRMs

When you receive recordings made on an FTR system from a court, you will generally receive a number of .TRM files; FTR records in 5 minute blocks to simplify distribution of content, so you should see a number of files with “.TRM” after the file name (12 .TRM files make up approximately 1 hour of audio). To start playback, open FTR Player and navigate to the folder the recordings are in. Clicking ‘Open’ will start the audio playing in FTR Player.

In addition to .TRM media files, FTR Player opens standard media file types such as WMV, MP3, WAV, AVI, MPG, BWF, WMA and ASF and also integrates with FTR Log Notes for a complete playback experience in production or review.

 

FTR Player is Free

The FTR Player is free however you are required to setup an account to access the download. 

FTR Player is recommended for transcription purposes. Alternatively, if you are an attorney, lawyer or party to proceeding and simply wanting to listen to an FTR recording, ask the Court for a copy of the digital court recording on CD or USB, upload it in its native TRM format, and play the audio via your browser with our free online Web Player.