Our methodology is repeatable, reproducible and peer reviewed. A detailed reporting structure further separates our work from other standard audio enhancement services in television or film.
The success of the enhancement process depends on several factors
- What the client is looking to obtain
- Presence of noise
- Level of compression
- The quality of the original recording
- Amplitude of recording
- Masking elements
Typical cases could include - covert audio recordings, interviews, audio captured from cloud based CCTV systems, audio captured from local DVR recordings, and audio captured from cell phone recordings.
The goal of forensic audio authentication is to establish if the recording is consistent with the original. Requests for authenticity examinations involving investigative matters, can originate from private individuals, law enforcement, or private investigative firms.
Audio authentication is the process of substantiating that the audio in question is a complete and accurate representation of what it purports to be.
A process of converting recorded speech into written word for any investigation or courtroom proceeding.
The main goal of audio transcription is to provide the highest accuracy of spoken word within the recording. Often times a combination of enhancement work is needed to ascertain what is being said. All speech is transferred into a report and can be used for clarification during trial.
Digital Media Recovery
It’s possible that video and audio recordings can suddenly become inoperable or unusable. There are several reasons why a file may become corrupted including saving issues or incomplete data transfers. It’s possible to recover information using advanced file carving techniques.
While we cannot guarantee that everything might be recoverable our team is happy to provide advice and direction on a case by case basis. Physical damage and other environmental factors can play a large role in determining if media is recoverable.