In Thailand during the trial, the judge is the one who will take notes of what witnesses testify. The judge will not record all words of witness statements. Instead, the judge will listen to the testimony of the witnesses, summarize them and take notes. It is at the discretion of the judge to decide which parts he thinks are important to record, and which discretion cannot be challenged. But, if any party of the case thinks that something is important, then such party may request the judge to take a note of it.
If the judge take notes incorrectly by whatever cause, any party of case has a right to object and request for the amendment.
In fact, the judge does not take written notes, he simply summarizes verbally into a recorder what the witness has said, and it will then be printed later.