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

New Video Evidence Recovery and Analysis Training and Software

We are very pleased to be able to offer investigators and examiners some new software and training.

In addition to the DVR Examiner software we are now able to supply iNPUT-ACE software and the Cellebrite VERA course.

I will be putting up more information on the website soon but here are a few words about the software and training;

iNPUT-ACE and iNPUT-ACE | Lite software packages provide investigators with powerful tools to manage their digital video evidence. The two dynamic software programs work alongside each other to expedite any case that involves video evidence: from video playback, to clip extraction, enhancement, analysis, report writing, and much more.

Video Evidence Recovery and Analysis (VERA) Course (To be held in the UK)

The Video Evidence Recovery and Analysis Course (VERA) is five-day intermediate level course designed to introduce investigators, examiners and analysts to digital video technology and to meet the specific needs of the digital video examiner and analyst.

Students will learn proper methods to interrogate digital video evidence while receiving guided instruction throughout the process of recovering valuable evidence from video images. The course will also focus on specialized investigative techniques for the examination of video to explore issues relating to the use of force, speed estimation and identification. A variety of DVR, body-worn and in-car video sources will be examined in depth, testing data acquisition, file identification, image accuracy, video processing work flows and report writing.

If you would like to know more please get in touch.

DVR Examiner Filesystem Database Version 3.0.7591 released

DVR Examiner Filesystem Database (FDU) Version 3.0.7591

Released 2019-10-15

  • Added PAR filesystem
  • Fixed blue_dc Inaccessible scan issue.
  • Added support for H.265 in IDENT family of filesystems.
  • Fix certain scan issues with RSF family of filesystems.

You can read the DVR Examiner and FDU change log here

You can download this new update from the portal or directly from the DVR Examiner Updater 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

Recording of Webinar – Feature Focus – How DVR Examiner extracts inaccessible data!

DVR Examiner Feature-Focus-Webinar-Series

Have you heard that DVR Examiner can access inaccessible or deleted data from some filesystems? These are files that for some reason (whether mistakenly, intentionally, or due to system error) are not being stored in a way that the DVR can identify, however, by using DVR Examiner we are able extract and view that data.

This webinar looks at;

  • How does DME Forensics reverse engineer a filesystem to
    locate these inaccessible files?
  • How exactly is the video stored, and how does
    DVR Examiner extract it?
  • Why is the feature only available on certain filesystems?

DVR Examiner Filesystem Database Version 3.0.5642 released

DVR Examiner Filesystem Database Version 3.0.5642

Released 2019-05-28

– Added Frame Level Inaccessible Scan for blue_dc filesystem.

– Resolved issue with Split Frame Preview.

– Resolved issue with Uware_264 preview and export.

– Resolved issue with Zeno_264 previewing large clips.

– Resolved issue with PIC_MP4 displaying end times.

– Improved detection results for 20D and 60D filesystems.

You can read the DVR Examiner and FDU change log here

You can download this new update from the portal or directly from the DVR Examiner Updater 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

Webinar – Feature Focus – How DVR Examiner extracts inaccessible data! 23rd May 2019

DVR Examiner Feature-Focus-Webinar-Series

Sign up for a free webinar on
How DVR Examiner extracts inaccessible data!

1-Hour Webinar provided by DME Forensics
May 23rd 2019
2:00 p.m. MST (21:00 GMT)
DVR Examiner Training

Have you heard that DVR Examiner can access inaccessible or deleted data from some filesystems? These are files that for some reason (whether mistakenly, intentionally, or due to system error) are not being stored in a way that the DVR can identify, however, by using DVR Examiner we are able extract and view that data.

This webinar will look at:

  • How does DME Forensics reverse engineer a filesystem to
    locate these inaccessible files?
  • How exactly is the video stored, and how does
    DVR Examiner extract it?
  • Why is the feature only available on certain filesystems?

 Sign up here

Even if you cant attend please register as you should then get sent the recording link, if that doesn’t happen please let me know.

DVR Examiner Version 2.6.1 released

DVR Examiner version 2.6.1 software to extract video from the DVR of CCTV systems.

Improved Performance

Minor issues with preview and UI resolved and improved overall file system performance.

You can see the full release notes here

Get the latest version

Keep in mind, in order to use DVR Examiner 2.6.1 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 3.0.5288.

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

DVR Examiner Version 2.6.0 released

DVR Examiner V2.6 released

Filter for a specific time of day across a date range.

DVR Examiner filter on time of dayWhen recovering video from a DVR you may find that you want to focus on a specific time period which you can achieve with the scan or clip filters, this gives you all of the material between the start and end time. DME Forensics have now improved that feature by adding the ability to filter for a specific time of day across a date range.

This will be very useful to examiners who are looking for events across a date range but only during specific times such as business operating hours.

You can see the full release notes here

Get the latest version

Keep in mind, in order to use DVR Examiner 2.6 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

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

Webinar-Getting started with DVR Examiner – February 2019

DVR Examiner Webiar

Sign up for a free webinar on
Getting Started with DVR Examiner!

1-Hour Webinar provided by DME ForensicsDVR Examiner Training
February 13th 2019
9:00 a.m. MST (16:00 GMT)

DVR Examiner can save your forensics team valuable time and money in the field and back at the lab. Sign up for this free 1-hour webinar to learn how to use this program as efficiently and effectively as possible. We will go over the basics of how to use DVR Examiner, as well as talk through some of the newest updates to the the software.

Sign up today by clicking the button below, once registered you should receive further details of how to “attend”, if you miss the webinar you should be sent a link to the recording, if you don’t get one please let us know.

Webinar

DVR Examiner Filesystem Database Version 3.0.4216 released

DVR Examiner Filesystem Database Version 3.0.4216

Released 2019-02-01

New Filesystem Database Update (FDU) for DVR Examiner!

One of the updates introduces the ability to recover inaccessible data for the entire WFS filesystem family.

DVR Examiner

You can read more about inaccessible data recovery in this article from DME Forensics

You can read the DVR Examiner and FDU change log here

You can download this new update from the portal or directly from the DVR Examiner Updater 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