Title 24, Chapter 10, Section 137
(a) Any party shall have the right to require that the deposition be
recorded and preserved by the use of audio-visual equipment in
addition to a stenographic record. The audio-visual recording shall
be transmitted to the clerk of the court which ordered the
deposition and shall be made available for viewing and copying only
to the prosecuting attorney and defendant's attorney prior to trial.
An audio-visual recording made pursuant to this Code section shall
not be available for inspection or copying by the public until such
audio-visual recording has been admitted into evidence during a
trial or hearing in the case in which such deposition is made.
(b) An audio-visual recording made pursuant to this Code section may
be admissible at trial or hearing as an alternative to the
stenographic record of the deposition.
(c) A stenographic record of the deposition contemplated in this Code section shall be made pursuant to Code Section 9-11-28.