Enhancement of Audio files from Video Recordings
Videos are being captured all the time through various devices:
- Surveillance Cameras
- Cell Phone Cameras
- Police Body Cameras
- Police In-Car Dash-Cameras
These Videos may be used for many purposes:
- Assist in Court Cases
- Assist in Investigations
- For certain Official Proceedings
- Documentation of Events
- Personal purposes
Audio can be of poor quality due to:
- Movement during recording
- Weather conditions
- Mechanical Noise
- Nature of situation (During a time of distress)
1. Undercover ‘Hit-man’ and ‘Suspect,’ with original audio, video clip.
2. Undercover ‘Hit-man’ and ‘Suspect,’ with enhanced audio, video clip.
3. Cell phone video with original audio.
4. Cell phone video with enhanced audio.
Audio from Video Enhancement
It may be necessary to use an audio file from a video file by itself if the video has no relevant use to the case. In this case we would separate the audio file from video, and enhance the audio file.
Some video files have audio files that are not relevant to use for the case, at that point the audio file will be stripped from the video file and the video file will be enhanced.
In many cases, both the audio and video are relevant to the case. The audio and video files would be analyzed to determine if both the audio and video files need enhancement for the case.
With our Digital Audio Workstations, we can separate audio files from video files, enhance both and then combine the enhanced files for a complete Video with Audio file.