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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 can check for authenticity of a recording. Finally, analysis can be used to discover tampering of the original recording.
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.
We also provide deposition, either in person or via video call.
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.