DVR Examiner Version 2.8.3 released 2020-02-19

DVR Examiner version 2.8.3

DVR Examiner 2.8.3 is here! This new release primarily includes back-end updates and bug fixes, but there are also some changes you might notice within the program:

  1. Fixed memory leak causing DVR examiner to crash during export.
  2. Fixed issue causing cases not to save with various file systems.
  3. Fixed various Preview and Export issues
  4. Added security certificate to allow DVR examiner to be installed on non-internet connected Windows 7 systems.
  5. Improved Inaccessible scans for DHFS file systems family.
  6. Improved UWARE filesystems to add support for additional DVRs.

Get the latest version

Keep in mind, in order to use DVR Examiner 2.8.3 you must have an active subscription, please contact us if you want to check the status of your subscription or discuss renewing it.
If you have a current subscription you can download this version from the support portal here

Also worth checking that you have the latest version of the DVR Examiner Filesystem Database, the latest version is Version 3.0.11101.

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If you are involved in the recovery of video from CCTV DVRs and you are not yet a user of DVR Examiner you can request a free trial here and discover how much easier it is with a tool specifically built for the task.

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DVR Examiner – Latest Versions (Jan 2020)

Are you up to date?

Running the most up to date version of the software with the latest filesystem database means you will be getting the very most from your software.

Filesystems and filesystem specific functions that weren’t previously supported may now be included. If in the past you have come across a DVR filesystem that wasn’t supported and you submitted a profiler you should have been updated by email when that had been included. I would encourage users to submit profiles as this is the best way for the developers to know what systems users are examining and how to prioritise their resources. Even if you didnt submit a profiler it might be worth checking those previously unsupported DVRs using the latest software to see if it can assist you.

At the time of writing these are the latest versions;

DVR Examiner Version 2.8.2

Released 2019-12-20

DVR Examiner Filesystem Database (FDU) Version 3.0.9851

Released 2020-01-16

Want to know more?

You can read the DVR Examiner and FDU change log here

You can download software from the portal or directly from DVR Examiner if you are internet connected.

Looking for more information on FDUs and updating DVR Examiner? Read more about it on our blog, or watch the training video below.

If you would like to find out more about DVR Examiner or download a trial please visit this page

DVR Examiner Version 2.8.0 released 2019-11-25

DVR Examiner version update 2.8

Improved Performance for many supported filesystems.

If you have previously experienced difficulty with a specific filesystem please check the full list of changes here as it may be sorted now.

Also there have been the following changes;

  • Added the ability to view the frame type (reference, non-reference) during preview
  • Added notification to users if a video frame cannot be decoded during preview
  • Improvements to reporting formats, layouts, and fields

You can see the full release notes here

Get the latest version

Keep in mind, in order to use DVR Examiner 2.8.0 you must have an active subscription, please contact us if you want to check the status of your subscription or discuss renewing it.
If you have a current subscription you can download this version from the support portal here

Also worth checking that you have the latest version of the DVR Examiner Filesystem Database, the latest version is Version 3.0.8553

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Not yet a user?

If you are involved in the recovery of video from CCTV DVRs and you are not yet a user of DVR Examiner you can obtain a free trial here and discover how much easier it is with a tool specifically built for the task.

Free 30 Day Trial