Clarification of Digital Video

With so many tools and applications available today, it is so easy to edit video directly from the device that created the recording. Devices that are capable of editing can alter the video which can cause complications for presenting the video recording in court. Al Zlogar is always expanding his knowledge of multimedia forensics through taking forensic video training focused on interpreting, analyzing, and clarifying digital video evidence to help him explain and present events according as they occurred.

Mr. Zlogar’s goal is to help educate and present accurate information about the events that occur in video recorded evidence for attorneys, businesses, law enforcement, private citizens and private investigators in the legal system. Al Zlogar is a Certified Forensic Video Technician (CFVT) through the Law Enforcement & Emergency Services Video Association International (LEVA) organization and is trained in and utilizes forensic image and video enhancement software, Amped FIVE.

Video Evidence

Playback of video evidence can be misleading if it’s not showing the events properly properly. The following examples will display the events inaccurately using the incorrect playback settings to match the original video.

  • Compression
  • Frame Rate
  • Aspect Ratio
  • Pixel Aspect Ratio
  • Encoding
  • Interpolation

Important Factors With Video Evidence

Video is a silent eye witness to an investigation and when everything comes together just right, forensic video enhancement/clarification can really help present the facts about the events that occur. Al Zlogar aids attorneys and law enforcement make the digital video evidence work for them. He helps attorneys save money by doing initial reviews to evaluate digital media evidence. Contact Al Zlogar Forensics, Inc. by one of the methods below to receive information and a quote.

Suggested Reading: Forensic Analysis of Analog Audio Tape

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