Forensic video enhancement is the scientific process of improving a video recording to better see the events as they occurred at the time the video recording was created.
A successful video enhancement depends on the quality, resolution and frame rate of the video recording. When a camera if far away from an event, that event can be enhanced forensically when lighting conditions and video quality meet quality standards.
Forensic video enhancement is an art and a science. It is the experience of the video forensic expert to be able to enhance a video recording or export frames or images for forensic enhancement.

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