After trial, the court shall, in pronouncing judgment and sentence:
a. Inform the defendant of his or her right to appeal from the judgment, sentence or both and advise the defendant that failure to file a timely appeal will result in the loss of the right to appeal.
b. If he or she is entitled thereto, advise the defendant that:
(1) If the defendant is indigent, as defined in Rule 6.4(a), the court will appoint counsel to represent him or her on appeal; and
(2) If the defendant is unable to pay for a certified copy of the record on appeal and the certified transcript, they will be provided by the county.
c. Hand the defendant a written notice of these rights and the procedures the defendant must follow to exercise them, receipt of which shall be shown affirmatively in the record.