(1) Where a party is entitled under this Order to inspect a document which consists of—
(a) a video tape, audio tape, disc, film or other means of recording, the Court may give directions—
(i) for the screening or playing thereof; and
(ii) for the making by or supply to the party of a transcript of the recording (insofar as it can be transcribed) or a copy of the recording;
(b) information which has been processed by or is stored in a computer, the Court may give directions for making the information available.
(2) On an application under paragraph (1), the Court may make an order for the costs and expenses of the party against whom an order giving directions is sought.
(3) The Court may make an order giving directions on condition that the party applying give security for the costs and expenses of the party against whom the order is made.