Frequently Asked Questions
DVR Examiner - Free Trial 30 Day
The best way to determine if the software works for you is to give it a test drive first. The trial lasts for 30 days which hopefully will provide you with enough time to test the software on the data from a variety of DVRs.
The trial version is fully functional but the export of video material is limited to one file.
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DVR Examiner FAQS
The following is provided in good faith and may not reflect the latest information, please contact us if you need clarification or confirmation of the latest information.
Absolutely! We are constantly looking to identify new models of DVRs that users are seeing out in the field. In an effort to better prioritize our list of DVRs, we ask that you submit a DVR Examiner Profiler Report. You can do this either directly in DVR Examiner when you create the Profiler Report, or by uploading the complete report to our Support Portal. Implementing a new DVR model is a very complicated task. Depending on the file structure and the proprietary nature of many DVR models, this can take some time. Once we receive your Profiler Report we will update you on the progress. If you have an immediate need for a new DVR implementation, we do provide a Prioritized DVR Implementation service. If you are interested in this service, please let us know and we can get you a quote.
Using the DVR to export video can take upwards of three weeks on some systems. With only a few clicks, DVR Examiner allows you to retrieve video from the DVR hard drive directly. This forensically sound workflow saves you and your agency the headache of manually exporting video to flash drives or CDs!