FAQ 7: How will you provide your finished work?
After making our digital forensic video or audio enhancements and analysis, there are several ways in which our audio and video experts can deliver and present the finished product. Something that we routinely create for our clients is a simple, easily playable video or audio file -- that is, a digital file that takes only a click to play when it comes time for presentation on any computer system in the world. This system allows our clients to easily playback digital video or audio evidence while maintaining focus during a jury trial or during a presentation to a judge. Our carefully tested digital media creation process allows your digital media evidence to play in all players, computers, and courtroom situations.
Warning: By definition, a DVD is a compressed form of video, so if that is how your opponent is presenting the evidence, be aware that they are likely showing a lower quality version than the original. So, if the evidence warrants it, and if your computers can handle the added speed required for digital playback, we will recommend not using a DVD but instead playing back our finished enhanced materials from a digital video file on a computer. We can deliver those files to you via a USB flash drive, or, if the file is small enough, through an online file transfer. We are more than happy to discuss these options when it's appropriate.