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Session description:Sometimes a single witness in a case can be the eye of a surv eillance camera. Sometimes events are captured with smartphones and body c ameras\, but each is telling a different story. While video is one of the most prolific sources of evidence available\, it cannot be taken at face v alue. From converting proprietary video formats correctly\, ensuring clips are not missing\, correcting lens distortion\, and confirming the size of objects\, many critical pieces of the footage need to be analyzed correct ly\; otherwise\, it can lead to misinterpretation. In this session\, learn about tools available to investigators to ensure video footage is analyze d correctly and review cases where video footage was merged with 3D scanne r data to show the true and accurate view of the scene and sequence of eve nts.

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Presented by:
Dave Thorne

Forensic Video An alyst / Former Detective with Bedfordshire Police (UK)

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