Unlike other forms of forensic evidence, audio and video recordings can provide a real-time, eyewitness account of a crime so investigators can watch or hear what transpired. Over the past decade, sources of recorded audio and video that can assist in an investigation have increased exponentially. Closed circuit television systems (CCTV) and video and audio recorders can be found in businesses, at traffic intersections, parking lots, bank machines, on police-vehicle dashboards and of course, in cell phones.
- Stills from Video.
- Video Enhancement / Speed adjustment.
- Audio & Video enhancement.
- Speed adjustment & noise removal.
- Audio Video Authentication for signs of editing / tampering.
- Audio Transcription (printed & /or Subtitled Video).
- Audio & Video Analysis.
- Damaged Audio & Video Cassette Tape Restoration.
- Damaged tape repair (Audio / Video).
- Improvement of Audio Intelligibility.