Video Enhancement Vs. Video Clarification
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Although http://www.videoforensicexpert.com/ is the main website for this topic, this blog post is designed to reach a broader audience because of the importance of the message.
Video enhancement is not what you are looking for when you are presenting video evidence. Judges do not like the term “enhancement.” The term you actually want to use when repairing the crispness of video footage for litigation is “clarification.”
If you have video footage and the most important portion of your video is outside the viewing area, there are a couple of reasons you may have hope if you contact a video expert. First, there may be additional cameras available that covered the area in question.
Secondly, when you determine the video you have is an exact clone of the original, the expert has tools to clarify and sharpen your video and possibly identify portions that you may not currently see.
If you have a DVD, do you know if it is an original? An anomaly is a reason for the expert to question the authenticity of a video. If you have a copy, the original is necessary for the expert to determine the actual events that occurred in the case.
Call to ask how your video evidence can be clarified to better serve your case 800.647.4281