In audio forensics we often find that audio recordings can be created in less than desirable conditions. Background noise and other extraneous environmental sounds make it difficult to hear the wanted or desired sounds in the recording. When we forensically clarify audio recordings, we use several processes that remove the unwanted sound and increase the wanted sound.
In video forensics, when we clarify video we are enhancing the video by zooming in to better identify, or see, a series of events that occurred but were not captured on video as much as desired. In addition to zooming in, we also sharpen and color enhance for better forensic identification.
If you have a video that you question or need help understanding, please give us a call for a pro bono conversation. We apply all forensic expertise to cases in the United States and many countries around the globe. Any and all formats of audio and video accepted. Retainer agreement available on request; travel expenses will be quoted in advance excluding meal expenses and flat rate time for travel instead of hourly.
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Ed Primeau’s Curriculum Vitae has several references which include cases he has testified in as well as clients he has worked for in these cases.