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SAMPLE 1: Enhance video evidence

SAMPLE 2: PERSONAL INJURY AND INSURANCE FRAUD

SAMPLE 3: SURVEILLANCE VIDEO, PERSONAL INJURY

SAMPLE 4: FRAME AVERAGING TO ID SUSPECT

SAMPLE 5: Measure suspect height

SAMPLE 6: Trip & fall personal injury case

SAMPLE 7: VIDEO FORENSICS EXONERATES SUSPECT

Enhance video evidence -- Officer involved shooting OIS

Dark footage can be brightened to uncover crucial details. Audio levels can be boosted to clarify voices and to clean up distracting background noise. Here are some examples in which digital media needed careful video enhancement, audio filtering, and a thorough analysis ...read more

Personal injury and insurance fraud

The case of the lying ballerina. Your pre trial research should include scouring the internet for video and audio evidence. Creative and thorough searches may lead to an intriguing discovery. The digital clues you find online can lead to great impeachment of a witness and can mean the difference between guilty and innocent. ...read more

Surveillance video helps in personal injury claim

Details matter. Enhance your security camera evidence carefully, zoom into the video, and view it over and over to achieve maximum results. ...read more

Frame Averaging to ID suspect

When one frame doesn't show enough detail, sometimes a forensic video expert can combine multiple frames into one super resolution frame to bring out the best evidence. ...read more

Measure suspect height and distances between points

NCAVF was given security surveillance camera video and asked to determine the height of a suspect captured in the recording. Our forensic experts returned to the location of the crime, took multiple photos, made detailed measurements, and built a complex 3D model of the location in which the suspect was seen ...read more

Trip and fall personal injury PI litigation

A woman tripped at a business and sued for her injuries. Like many trip-and-fall cases, surveillance security cameras captured the incident on video and attorneys of the business called NCAVF to enhance the video footage and analyze the results. After zooming into the footage, slowing down the frames, and analyzing her actions and movements immediately prior to her accident, we discovered a very important detail ...read more

Video Forensics Exonerates Suspect

Case dismissed! Our client, the man charged with robbery, had prominent tattoos on his neck. However, when we enhanced the surveillance video evidence of the armed robbery and analyzed the security camera ...read more


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