Importing Transcripts: Deponents and Proceedings

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Load a Single Transcript, or Batch Load Multiple Transcripts

At the top of the main Prep navigation, click on the DEPONENTS (or PROCEEDINGS if that's what you need). Select the blue "Import Files" button.

Select our Transcript File

If the transcript file resides on your local drive, select Add File From Computer to select your deposition (or .zip file if uploading multiple depositions). You can also Drag & Drop your transcript file if it is stored locally.

If the transcript file has previously been uploaded to your File Room, select Add File From File Room. For more information on File Room, click here.

Accepted Transcript File Types

Prep accepts TXT, PTF, PTX, PDF, LEF, CMS, or ZIP formats for your transcript files.

Want more info on each transcript file type? Click here >>

Set the Transcript Name

After you select your transcript file, you can set the deponent/proceeding name via one of the following three options:

  1. Have the system determine the deponent automatically,
  2. Add as a volume to an existing deponent, or
  3. Provide a new name.

Click "Import Deposition Transcripts".

Nextpoint auto-detects and sets the standard metadata fields for your deposition & proceeding transcripts upon upload. Occasionally, electronic transcripts have issues and the fields aren’t correctly identified during upload, but you can always manually edit this information by following the instructions below.

 


Edit Your Transcripts

After your transcripts have finished processing, Advanced users can edit the transcript date, volume number and start page, and also import any associated videos and sync files. For more information on working with video depositions/proceedings, click here >>

Once inside the transcript itself, click on More Options > Edit in the upper right side of the page.

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