Eyewitness Forensic integrates nablet video segmentation engine
Eyewitness Forensic, a video forensic software company has licensed nablets Toucan video segmentation engine
Hohenstein and Aachen, Germany, April 2, 2014 –– Eyewitness Forensic, a video forensic software company has licensed nablets Toucan video segmentation engine.
“Since 2007 we develop special software for forensic examination of evidence. This includes a software part that allows video to be examined quickly”, Says Ronny Bodach, CEO Eyewitness Forensic. “Using the nablet Toucan video segmentation engine we can now offer a functionality that does allow to create a video index and catalog automatically for the ingested content. The user can quickly go through a video scene by scene without examining the video frame by frame. This saves time for any forensic investigation and reduce psycological stress for examiners in child porn cases for example”.
“Toucan automatically detects all kinds of video shots faster than realtime”, says Sven Dueking, SVP Development at nablet. “The detection is not just limited to hard cuts - dissolves, wipes, motion and flash lights are also used for index creation”.
Eyewitness Forensic is developing software for forensic research of evidence. The product portfolio includes Forensic Media Report 4.0, Primera Robotik for M.R, and many more. A showcase will be at General Police Equipment Exhibition & Conference 2014 messe Leipzig.
nablet is a provider for video codecs, image processing, streaming and metadata creation technologies for the broadcast, film, security, media monitoring and medical imaging markets. nablet is headquartered in Germany with development centers in Russia and Turkey.
Key customers include well respected companies in the broadcast, entertainment and media industries.
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