This case study on a waterlogged DVR comes from William Stumme, Senior Forensic Examiner at Atlantic Data Forensics, Inc.
We partner with -iNPUT-ACE to provide a seamless workflow from video acquisition with DVR Examiner through analysis and processing with -iNPUT-ACE. When using DVR Examiner, investigators can send video clips directly to -iNPUT-ACE, saving you time when reviewing evidence.
We want our users to feel comfortable and confident with all the great features offered by DVR Examiner, especially when they may be asked to describe their recovery process in the court room. That’s why we have redesigned our training programs to offer users free 2-day DVR Examiner training.
New with DVR Examiner 2.3 is the addition of the “Offline Player Library”. Users can download this library of native players to be able to watch video even when they don’t have internet.
With the release of DVR Examiner version 2.3.0, we updated some components of the basic user interface, introducing a new Welcome screen. Learn how to navigate these new interface in our latest blog.
How does DVR Examiner work to recover deleted and inaccessible video footage? We explain the technical details of how we are able to find the footage your DVR may not even see.
The decision to expand our team was exciting… and scary! Follow along on our journey at DME Forensics with the latest installment of “Growth in a Small Forensics Company.”
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