DVR Examiner 2.9.3 is here!
From the team at DME Forensics…….
- DVR Examiner Version 2.9.3 is now available for download! The latest release has some new features along with a few bug fixes. Check out what you can do with 2.9.3 below, and download the latest version at any time here.What’s New:
- Implementation of filesystem identified as ATS200019 commonly found in unbranded single camera SD card-based DVRs.
- Implementation of the LST_NOFF filesystem variant which addresses a reported issue with the LST_264 filesystem.
- Implementation of filesystem variants NAFS1_V2, NAFS2_V2, NAFS4_V2 which addresses several issues reported with NAFS-based filesystems.
- Refactored filesystem family identified as IGS to improve performance and address several issues.
- Automatically redetect in situations where the bytes per sector was not identified.
- Implementation of detection for filesystem identified as ATS200027.
- Implementation of detection for filesystem identified as ATS200026.
Get the latest version
Keep in mind, in order to use DVR Examiner 2.9.3 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, you can check in the portal.
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 request a free trial here and discover how much easier it is with a tool specifically built for the task.