When purchasing a write blocker, the required features depend on your specific needs. However, there are some general points to keep in mind that we recommend to customers.
We want to help make your video recovery process as seamless as possible, which is why we’ve included so many different ways to filter and review the clip list. In understanding how this filtering process works, you can save even more time when recovering valuable video evidence.
Within the DVR Examiner Clip List Grid there is a field for the “clip status”. If the filesystem you are processing with DVR Examiner has support for inaccessible/deleted files, the information on these files will be provided here. This field will provide insight into how the clip was stored on the hard drive, and whether or not you will be able to recover it with DVR Examiner by determining if the clip is available, accessible, inaccessible, partially inaccessible, or a clip fragment.
With the release of DVR Examiner 2.4 we made significant improvements to the way reports are viewed and exported. With the new Report Viewer, you can view the clip list report directly within DVR Examiner, allowing the user to search the report, print the report, or export the report in various formats.
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 have all heard the saying, “not all that glitters is gold,” and when it comes to selecting and retaining a forensic expert, you want the real deal. When you are hiring any type of expert – forensic or otherwise – you should thoroughly vet any expert you wish to retain.
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