Many in the legal community have relied on Audio/Video Forensic & Restoration Associates for forensic audio video services throughout the United States and in several other countries all over the world.
Our associates have the expertise and reputable qualifications to produce the highest quality audio and video evidence to assist prosecutors, defense attorneys, investigators, litigators, corporations, business’ and their clients for legal and professional matters.
Audio/Video Forensic & Restoration Associates implement high standards to each and every request for our services. Frequently, our associates handle audio and video enhancements from private/corporate surveillance systems, cell phone recordings, hidden microphone recordings, police dash-camera and body camera recordings, interview recordings and private/corporate hearings.
Our in-depth analysis report is consistently used to aid in presentation of recorded evidence in court. We also offer presentation packages that clarify the analysis and playback of the evidence in a court-room setting.
We are qualified experts in audio and video analysis, authentication, enhancement and restoration.
Often our associates appear in court to provide Expert Testimony.
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Background noises can distort or override what you want to hear in an audio file.
We can enhance recordings and lessen background noise to clarify and enhance audio.
Older recording devices often leave unwanted, left over noise when converting to digital.
Analog noise can be reduced when converting older recordings to a digital form.
Audio from video recordings can also be restored and enhanced.
These enhanced audio files can be used separately or returned back to the video file.
Video files can be enhanced to improve image quality.
Different enhancements include resizing the image, lighten dark images, and sharpen image.
Our associates will evaluate Audio and Video files for potential enhancement.
We also provide an in-depth analysis report of our analysis and process of enhanced/restored audio or video files.
Our qualified Associates often testify as experts on audio and video analysis, authentication, enhancement and restoration.
Our Associates can transcribe audio files. Often these files are in poor condition and difficult to understand.
A transcript of audio files can help jurors to visually connect with what they hear.
Comparing known and unknown voice recordings is another facet of Forensic Audio.
This test is also often referred to as Voice Comparison.
Audio/Video Forensic & Restoration Associates: Video Introduction
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