Video surveillance cameras, GoPro’s and DVR’s are commonplace in society. Not only has the presence of such devices changed the way people record video, it has also changed the way police officers and investigators can help identify the suspect(s) of a crime. With the increased popularity of these devices, the responsibility to extract and/or enhance the video typically falls onto police departments.
This webinar will introduce the student to the various aspects of video forensics including methods of obtaining the video by extracting it from the device, capturing the video as it plays on the device, or even networking to the device. Next, once the video is able to be obtained, what can be done to help the investigation?
Address the different types of video recording devices:
- DVR’s, IP cameras, GoPro, smartphone recordings, security and surveillance systems
- Obtaining the video from these devices
The different types of video formats:
- Analog vs Digital video
Introduction to video capturing software:
- Snag It and Camtasia
Addressing what can be done to a video:
- Enhancing vs contrast
During the webinar, instruction will be given on how to download a copy of the instructor’s PowerPoint as well as additional resource materials pertaining to the topic.
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