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.
In a recent case, Ray estimated up to 88% of time savings with DVR Examiner as compared to traditional methods.
This guest post comes from James Cadden of East Lansdowne Police. In early February of 2018, a suspected arson fire destroyed a 40-year-old family business in our small community. The family, employees, and neighbors were devastated. A DVR security camera system was operating in the business at the time of the fire and quickly became the onlyRead more
In June of 2014, we were preparing to release an official edition of our new software, DVR Examiner 1.0. Throughout the process we learned lessons that have helped us become the company we are today.
As a forensic investigator, you often face time-sensitive situations, where the accuracy of your evidence can make or break a case. By using DVR Examiner, you can save both time and money in these situations, but it helps to know how to use the tool effectively.
The DVR Examiner Updater application allows you to continuously update your existing version of DVR Examiner with newly supported filesystems and improvements to existing filesystems as we finalize them.
In most instances, when video is deleted through the DVR interface, only the index (or accessibility) to that video is being deleted. Assuming the video itself has not been overwritten, DVR Examiner may be able to recover it.