Video Evidence Training for Investigations – FVRP (3 Days)

Join us for 3 days of hands-on training designed to help expedite law enforcement investigations involving Digital Video Evidence, July 23-25 at our offices in Burtonsville, MD. This 3-day course provides an overview of video fundamentals & the Best Practices for recovery of DCCTV evidence, but is predominantly geared towards hands-on investigative processing.  Students spend […]

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Omnivore Viewer w/FFmpeg Convert

Use FFmpeg Convert on ANY Windows PC w/a USB port!

What if you carried a USB 3.0 Thumbdrive with you that could run the software you needed for capturing and/or processing your Digital Multimedia Evidence (DME) when and where you needed it? Introducing Omnivore™ v3.1 Portable Digital Video Capture Tool.  It’s not just for well documented, uncompressed forensic screen capture, it now also includes Omnivore™ […]

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Frame Averaging “Wizardry” with Ocean Systems dVeloper™

This week we released the dTective® Forensic Video Analysis Suite version 8.1, which brings some amazing performance improvements to our dVeloper™ frame-averaging effect. Improvements so significant, it’s never been quicker or easier to interrogate High Resolution video (e.g. UHD, 4K, 8K and above) with frame-averaging! Many times crucial details are hidden in video due to […]

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dTective® Forensic Video Analysis Suite

dTective v8.0 – Updated SpotLight/Redact & New Analyze (BETA)

dTective® 8.0 made a big splash at the LEVA conference last week and was officially released on Monday.  dTective® 8.0 includes our updated SpotLight/Redact effect and our new Analyze (BETA) effect. SpotLight/Redact SpotLight/Redact is an effect that allows you to highlight and/or obscure up to four (4) separate areas within your video clip via one […]

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FLETC Cybercrime Conference & Upcoming IACP Conference

Last week we were honored to participate in FLETC’s 2nd Cybercrime and Technical Investigations Conference in Glynco, GA.  We got to chat with long-time friends and customers in the Vendor demonstration area, as well as serveral folks brand new to Forensic Multimedia Analysis.  On Friday, I gave a presentation – “Video Evidence: There’s More Than […]

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Free & Open Source Software (FOSS) Resources

Free & Open Source Software (FOSS) has been used by Digital & Multimedia Evidence (DME) analysts since prior to the very first certifications in any of the related DME disciplines  (e.g. computer forensics, mobile forensics, video forensics, audio forensics, image analysis).  FOSS has transformed the landscape of each of those disciplines in the process.  Below […]

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QuickDME™ 3.2 – New Archive & Restore Adds Even More Storage Flexibility

With the release of QuickDME™ version 3.2 Administrators can quickly and easily archive & restore case assets via Admin Configurator, providing even more storage flexibility. To start using the new feature, Admins simply need to setup their Archive Storage location via the Database Setup Utility (shown below). This only needs to be done once, as […]

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