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 the majority of the class doing hands-on investigative processing tasks like extracting the video to a playable format, extracting images, converting/transcoding, and basic image clarification for quickly producing actionable investigative leads.
Who Should Attend?
The course is titled “Fundamentals of Video Evidence Recovery & Processing (FVRP)“, and is designed for anyone who recovers, handles, processes or disseminates Digital & Multimedia Evidence (DME), regardless of prior video evidence training or experience.
Tools Used in Class
Featuring Omnivore™ Viewer w/FFmpeg Convert
Omnivore™ v3.3 will include an updated Omnivore™ Viewer w/FFmpeg Convert, which will allow anyone with an Omnivore™ drive to PROBE, PLAY & PROCESS any FFmpeg supported multimedia file from ANY Windows PC with a USB port!
Analyze metadata, export/save metadata reports, preview/play your media (including many proprietary DCCTV files), extract frames, convert to common formats, resize and/or correct aspect ratio, save your FFmpeg Convert log files and more…in the office or in the field!
Omnivore™ v3.3 will be released soon and heavily utilized in the FVRP course July 23-25, 2019.
We hope to see you in class!