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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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Video Evidence Collection & Investigative Processing

Some people think in terms of black & white, with very little gray area.  It can be challenging for some of those folks to understand that when it comes to processing video evidence, it’s rarely black or white and we don’t often have time to navigate the gray area, early in an investigation. Time is […]

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