The more video becomes available the more real life situations enter the courtroom. The quality of body worn cameras as well as surveillance CCTV video is improving to the point that video forensic enhancement is not necessary. In a recent fatal shooting in Flagstaff, Arizona the murder of a police …Read More
In past blog posts, we have discussed techniques that we use as video forensic experts that get the best results when conducting mobile video/cell phone video enhancement. What we have yet to discuss is how we get the best results when enhancing mobile video recordings.
Since most mobile video evidence is …Read More
After the controversial grand jury announcement in the case of Michael Brown, President Obama has proposed the idea of issuing police departments across the nation with body worn cameras for law enforcement. Between Michael Brown, and the controversy behind the Eric Garner case, citizens are asking: Will body-worn cameras help …Read More
I recently created a podcast series on iTunes called BlindSpot.?I created it for people who are interested in knowing more about becoming a forensic expert. The name BlindSpot comes from the concept that forensic experts see and hear what other people cannot. Forensic experts in various fields reveal the ?blind …Read More
Over the past few years, we?ve seen a significant acceleration in the development and manufacture of consumer-grade, mobile video devices. From smartphones to GoPros, video recording has become substantially less expensive and far more accessible to consumers, and this may change the game regarding digital evidence.
This consumer video revolution now …Read More
Video evidence is considered the most accurate representation of the events as they naturally occurred. In fact, surveillance videos today are considered more accurate than eye witness testimony alone. Once surveillance video has been properly authenticated and the source of the chain of custody is presented, surveillance videos CAN be …Read More
Giving the VIEVU LE2 my highest recommendation is easy.
It is, without a doubt, the best wearable personal surveillance camera I have encountered in 25+ years as a video forensics investigator. Developed by police for police, this unit just gets it all right: size, shape, weight, operation, picture quality, sound quality, …Read More
The importance of proper video evidence recovery for video enhancement is very clear to those of us involved in forensic video enhancement. During the process of video evidence recovery, we will make sure the highest quality video recording will be properly saved for use in court. Video forensic experts are …Read More
This is a blog post that will help the reader better understand how to recover video.Read More
Written by Marc Linden
Over the past twenty years, the technology behind police car video surveillance systems has evolved significantly. Simultaneously, acceptance of these systems among citizens and?police has continued to grow. Police car video surveillance systems are commonly referred to as in-car video (ICV), and I am often called to …Read More