Dear Amped blog habitués, welcome to this week’s tip! In Italy, we have a saying that goes like this: “Anche l’occhio vuole la sua parte”. It basically means that “you should also please the eye”, as a way to say that the outer aspect of something is, all in all, pretty important. Translated for the forensic image and video enhancement world, it means you should invest in presenting your results, otherwise, even a brilliant piece of work could remain unexpressed. This tip shows how to annotate the results obtained in Amped FIVE with text macros, adding a lot to the usability and professional-feeling of your videos.Continue reading
Dear Amped Blog fellows, welcome to one more tip! It’s Amped Replay‘s turn, and we’re digging a bit into one of the features that rolled out with release 15666! You may have noticed that, when you apply any annotation tool, the player bar now shows colored lines to indicate the range of frames to which the annotation is applied. This apparently simple feature will make things so much easier… keep reading to find out why!Continue reading
From 18 – 20 February 2020, Amped will be in Frankfurt at the 11th edition of GPEC® (International Exhibition & Conferences for Internal Security). The GPEC® exhibition will be held at Messe Frankfurt am Main, Hall 11, Entrance Portalhaus, from 09:00 – 17:00.
Regularly held under the patronage of the Federal Minister of the Interior, the event will have more than 530 exhibitors from 31 countries. It is a closed specialized trade fair for police and security authorities. It is not open to the public – it is only accessible for visitors from national and international security authorities presenting a service ID card.
GPEC® comprises all subject and equipment areas of law enforcement, public, and homeland security. The event includes conferences, official working group meetings and practical trainings for top leadership personnel, procurers, technicians and end users on Federal and Länder level, from Germany and all over the world.
Visit the Amped team in Stand D082 to learn why law enforcement and government agencies worldwide use our powerful forensic software solutions to analyze their digital image and video evidence.
Remember to also attend our presentation to see for yourself why our latest solution, Amped Replay, is the software of choice for police investigators to conduct a quick first level analysis of their video, with easy conversion, correction, redaction and annotation functions.
Amped Replay: Giving Police Investigators the Proper Video Tools to Close More Cases
Wednesday 19 February, 15:30 – 15:55 in the Open Forum, Hall 11.1, upper floor.
Don’t forget to register!
To learn more about the GPEC event, please click here.
Welcome, dear Amped blog maniacs! Digital image forensics people have a bittersweet relationship with metadata. We love them… but can we trust them? Today’s tip is about how you can cross-check Exif information about the camera model that allegedly created your evidence image. We’ll see that Amped Authenticate‘s JPEG Quantization Tables is a great resource for that, making your integrity verification far more reliable. Keep reading to find out more.Continue reading
Dear Amped blog followers welcome to this week’s tip! Today we’re getting to know a very useful, but often underestimated, filter in Amped FIVE: the Perspective Aligner. It can be a game changer when you have to integrate or compare two pictures that are captured from different perspectives, and thus impossible to align with simple scale/rotation transformations. We’ll see how it works with a practical, cool example… keep reading!Continue reading
Dear friends, welcome to a new Tip Tuesday! This week’s tip should have been dedicated to Amped Authenticate, but we just released an update on Wednesday 22nd (check it out here), so since it already received a lot of attention on our blog, we don’t want other products to get jealous. So, here we are with a tip on Amped Replay! We’ll see a simple but effective trick that will help you present your results in a compelling way… keep reading to find out!Continue reading
Here we are! 2020 has just begun, and we’re releasing a brand new update to Amped Authenticate. Keep reading to find out what we’ve brewed for our loyal users.
If you’re an Amped FIVE user, you’ve probably met this long-awaited feature a few weeks ago: now it is available in Amped Authenticate as well! We’re talking about the possibility of customizing the look and structure of reports generated at the end of your work. As soon as you click on the Generate Report button (under the Tools menu), you’ll be shown this window:
You’ll see we have a new Report Template dropdown menu, which allows you to select one of the Amped-prepared templates:
Dear friends, welcome to this week’s tip! Today we’re sharing a tip to make the most of the Perspective Super Resolution filter recently introduced in our Amped FIVE. Right from its release, it’s one of the filters our users love the most, thanks to its ability to automatically track and align license plates even under strong perspective variations! But, you know, here at Amped we’re not happy to provide you with just nice results. We want to give you excellence! So, today’s tip is about further improving the image produced by Perspective Super Resolution… keep reading to find out more!Continue reading
Dear friends, welcome to this week’s tip! As much as our users love their job, we know they’re often frustrated because they’ve been given some video frames and asked to extract the impossible from them. You’re not alone, it happens everywhere, also thanks to the non-sense enhancement scenes advertised by movies and TV series. The bad news: this tip is not about solving the impossible. The good news: it’s about what you can do with Amped Replay to turn your “NO WAY, SIR!” to something clear and credible, that even the most tech-agnostic person can get. Keep reading to find out!Continue reading