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iNPUT-ACE Operator Certification (IAOC) – Intro 30/11/21

Start Date

November 30, 2021



Start Time

05:00 pm


iNPUT-ACE, Video Evidence Recovery & Analysis

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0845 226 3128

Day 1 – Intro to iNPUT-ACE


This module focuses on navigating the iNPUT-ACE user interface and capitalizing on key features in the iNPUT-ACE workflow. Our goal is for graduates to know how to confidently use iNPUT-ACE to conduct a video-centric investigation from the initial playback, to an effective and accurate review of the video evidence, and through to the creation of court-ready outputs.

Learning Objectives

  • Articulate fundamental best practices
  • Add and organize items in the File List to meet the custom needs of any case by employing options like creating, renaming, and sorting groups and files
  • Demonstrate an ability to effectively interrogate video, including tracking suspects and tagging relevant images and clips
  • Navigate the software quickly and precisely by using hotkeys and keyboard shortcuts
  • Convert proprietary video into standard formats suitable for both forensic processes and demonstrative exhibits
  • Understand the role of file hashing and how to authenticate and validate files and frames
  • Export images, videos, and PDF reports with embedded content

Course Outline

  • File List
  • Interrogate Tab
  • Workflow Tab
  • File Hashing
  • Frame Rate
  • Projects
  • Narrative Report

Who Should Attend?

  • Everyone that works with video evidence


Day 2 – Case Management

iNPUT-ACE Case Management is a separate training module – Please see training list for iNPUT-ACE Case Management dates


This module reinforces the concepts regarding frame rate discussed in Module 1, examines the concepts of codecs and containers, and deepens understanding of the dangers proprietary players introduce to video investigation workflows. This module builds on Module 1 by introducing advanced video processes and developing skills to manage video assets and derivatives in complex cases using iNPUT ACE.

Learning Objectives

  • Gain a better understanding of frame rates
  • Identify codecs, containers, and proprietary and standard formats
  • Distinguish proprietary video files from proprietary player files
  • Demonstrate an ability to organize source videos and subclips to effectively create demonstrative exhibits using the Concatenate and Canvas Editor nodes
  • Employ major case management concepts such as group organization, insertion of metadata in source video, marked images, and subclips
  • Competently apply date/time offsets to assist with tracking suspects across multiple sources of video
  • Show proficiency in applying concepts to large cases with multiple video sources and many camera views by filtering and sorting the original files and derivatives

Courses Outline

  • Frame Rates
  • Codecs and Containers
  • Proprietary Codecs
  • Proprietary Players
  • Identifying Video Files
  • Advanced Processes – Concatenate and Canvas Editor
  • Projects
  • Case Organization
    • Entering Date/Time Offsets
    • Using and Adding Metadata
    • Filtering and Sorting Data in Large Cases
  • Tips and Tricks for Use in Testimony

Recommended Prerequisite

  • Intro to iNPUT-ACE

Who Should Attend?

  • Investigators
  • Analysts

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