The dTective® Forensic Video Processing and Analysis Suite is a suite of software tools for clarification, presentation, redaction and more. Over 1,800 dTective® systems are already being used successfully by federal, state and local law enforcement agencies, including the FBI, CIA, and DEA, as well as other government and private security groups in the U.S. and around the world.
Non-linear editors (NLE) and dTective® – Where does an NLE fit in your forensic workflow?
dTective® for Avid Media Composer & Adobe Premiere Pro (BETA)
dTective® is a suite of plugins as well as some stand alone tools like archive-R™ and dPlex Pro® to expand the functionality of Avid Media Composer and Adobe Premiere Pro.
With an NLE and dTective®, you have the full set of non-linear editing features such as a multi-track editing timeline, titling, transitions, and you get the dTective® & ClearID® plugins that streamline forensic evidence processing for things like real-time frame averaging, redaction, and presentation of evidence.
Processing Multiple Camera Views
Do you have multiple camera views from one incident that need aligned, even though they start and end at different times? Then you need a non-linear editor such a the award winning, Avid Media Composer and/or Adobe Premiere Pro.
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dTective® is a suite of tools that includes plugins for Avid Media Composer/Adobe Premiere Pro, three stand-alone applications; DVR dCoder (legacy), dPlex Pro, and archive-R. Plus you can get a 1 year subscription to our new core solution for digital evidence processing and management, QuickDME™.
SpotLight/Redact – For quickly highlighting/obscuring objects. New SpotLight/Redact allow you to process up to 4 targets at a time. For more tracking targets you can stack SpotLight/Redact.
dVeloper – Real-time Frame Averaging – dVeloper set the standard for speed and ease-of-use when it comes to getting details you were missing using frame averaging. For real-time frame averaging simply drop dVeloper on your video clip, scroll to the location in the video you want to frame average, lasso the region and that area will instantly be frame averaged. Once you get your initial results, you can easily change between color channels to see which give you to best results. All the settings provide real-time results from how many frames to average, to size and location of your region of interest, to selecting different color channels. Other products make you set them up, select a save to location, provide a name for the output, wait for it to render, then see the results. Then if you want to tweak setting to get better results, repeat all those steps and wait again. Not so with dVeloper. Watch a video on dVeloper real-time processing here.
MAGNIFi – Quickly create a “picture in picture” effect using user defined target and output boxes. The output box includes various filters for enhancing the enlarged image.
arithMATIC – Using Subtraction you can see the pixel difference before and after. Ideal for shop lifting reviews.
Analyze (BETA) (NEW in 8.0) – Search for activity in a Region of Interest (RoI), with adjustable tolerance levels, and automatically keyframe all activity for manual review.
ClearID for image or video processing in Avid Media Composer – 15ea. ClearID effects to use in Avid Media Composer. All effects have the same user interface & settings as when they are used through the ClearID Workflow in Adobe Photoshop.
dPlex/dPlex Pro – Two ways to dPlex video when its been multiplexed.
archive-R – A stand alone application for archiving digital media files into one hashed file. Compatable with Avid Media Composer Projects but also useful for hashing and zipping up any files you want to process.
With dTective® 8.1, you have 15 ClearID® filters that have been ported to Avid AVX plugins so you can processing video or images in Avid
You also get an updated dTective AVX Suite of plugins that includes an updated SpotLight/Redact, dVeloper and all new Analyze (BETA) effects