New look and functionality
The team at DME Forensics are teasing us about the release of V3.0 with their Feature Friday posts. If you would like to know more about how the software is going to look and what new functionality is planned then the links below will take you to their blog where you can learn more.
Our previous post talked about one of the new features in DVR Examiner 3.0, Multiple Sources. Today we will focus on how enhancements to the Clip List makes it easier to find the evidence you need when working with clips from one source, or several sources. If you are familiar with previous versions of DVR Examiner, you know that after the program
The introduction of DVR Examiner 3.0 in early 2021 promises to provide More, Easier, Faster for anyone trying to uncover evidence from DVR systems. Today, I would like to focus on a big part of the More that is coming in our 3.0
As the number of surveillance systems and DVRs continue to increase, it is becoming more and more common for a single investigation to encounter multiple surveillance systems. Maybe there is a system from the scene of a homicide, but the business next door also has a system, and maybe that house on the corner has a camera that covers the area as well. Or maybe you are just working with a DVR that has multiple hard drives.
In these situations, you must process each hard drive from each DVR, from each location, separately, one at a time. While DVR Examiner can be up to 80% faster than using the DVR itself, it still takes time to scan, find your video, and export. In our example above, you are looking at least 3 hard drives, and up to 6 if those systems have 2 drives each.
With 3.0, we wanted to streamline this process, to do so, we added the ability for DVR Examiner to process multiple sources within a single case.....
One big area of focus for us with DVR Examiner 3.0 was streamlining the automation capabilities within DVR Examiner. DVR hard drives are getting bigger and storing more and more video, and while DVR Examiner is still significantly faster than traditional recovery using the DVR, we want to continue to reduce the amount of manual time it takes you to recover your data and free you up for more important tasks.
While 2.0 has job queues and post-scan jobs, they are not very well known or intuitive. So, for 3.0 we have taken a fresh look at these items to make them easier to use.
To continue from the start page in our last feature Friday, today I want to show you what we have done with the new detection results and scan options screen.........
The team has been hard at work on developing DVR Examiner 3.0 and I want to start sharing some details on what is coming! So, we are going to kick off a DVR Examiner 3.0 Feature Friday series. While I cannot guarantee we will have a Feature Friday every week, I can guarantee our feature highlights will be on a Friday! Make sure you subscribe to the blog to keep up to date!
DVR Examiner 3.0 has a lot of new features, and a redesigned user interface that opens the door for many future possibilities. We are keeping a lot of the overall feel of the application with a clip list, preview tabs, and probably the ribbon, but we are streamlining the look and feel while also adding a lot of great new capabilities.