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    Adam is the founder of BEEDOCS, an artisan software company that makes great timeline software for Mac OS X.

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Meeting with the creator of Visync

Monday, June 20, 2005

This morning I met with Eric Jensen of Jensen Media. They have developed a great software application, called Visync, for synchronizing text with video for display during trials. We are both interested in promoting the Mac as a platform for legal work and Eric was interested in brainstorming how our forthcoming document call-out software might integrate with his video syncing system. There is certainly some great potential for presenting multimedia evidence in a clear and professional way on a Mac, and the new products that companies like Jensen Media and Bee Documents are working on will make it even easier to present data in a courtroom setting.

It seems like the Pacific Northwest is full of specialty software shops building cool products for the Mac. Companies like Delicious Monster, Ranchero Software, Omni Group, Panic, Jensen Media, and Bee Documents. Of course, there are few big companies around here to, but you have to love the entrepreneurial spirit that the Mac platform seems to encourage. I'd love to get out and meet all of you guys eventually so drop me a line if you are reading my blog and doing cool Mac stuff in the Pacific Northwest.

5 Comments:

Anonymous AnonymousJune 20, 2005 9:13 PM

Adam: Please tell us more about the meeting and your thoughts about where the two of you (either individually or together) might be headed. You might consider posting it to the MacLaw list. Thanks.

Chris Scott

Blogger Adam BehringerJune 21, 2005 7:38 AM

Chris, this was a first meeting for us. We spent most of the time introducing ourselves and our companies to each other. There are no grand plans at this point.

We did spend some time discussing the promotion of the Mac as a valid option for legal professionals. Personally, I am hoping that Apple could add a "legal night" to their store class schedules. I know that many developers, including myself, would be happy to present technologies for legal professionals that are available on the Mac.

Anonymous AnonymousJune 21, 2005 2:15 PM

Darn. I was hoping you were going to join forces to develop a Mac-based case management and trial presentation software package. Oh well ...

Chris

Blogger aldorrJanuary 23, 2008 1:03 AM

Hi Adam,
I've been searching for a trial presentation program kind of like Trial Director (for the Mac). I remember emailing with one company a couple of years ago. But I can't find them any more.
Now I'm on the very verge of convincing my company to go Mac and this plus a Depo syncing method might cause them to make the plunge. Any ideas of where to look further?
Thanks!

Blogger E360February 23, 2011 1:24 PM

Hi,

Where can I locate visync trial software?

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