Hello Amped enthusiasts, are you looking to stay up-to-date on the latest developments in video evidence? Look no further, our upcoming video evidence webinars are here!
As we start the year off with the goal of providing you with the latest software updates and features to ease your job, we’ve got some new exciting webinars you don’t want to miss out on!
Our upcoming webinars will help you gain in-depth knowledge and skills on this ever-evolving topic. From practicing safe processing techniques to understanding how videos can be used as legal evidence, participating in these webinars will give you the knowledge needed to make the most of your video analysis efforts.
Why should you attend the webinars?
- to expand your knowledge on how to tackle video evidence challenges
- to better understand video analysis and enhancement processes
- to be up to date on the new, exciting developments that will make your life easier when investigating images and videos
- to learn tips and tricks on basic and advanced tools to improve your video analysis workflow
At the end of each webinar you will receive a certificate of attendance documenting that you have taken part in the sessions.
Here’s a list of our upcoming webinars!
What are you waiting for? Register today for free!
Video Evidence in 2023: Trends, Challenges, Potentials
Presenter: Martino Jerian, CEO and Founder
Date: Tuesday, March 21, 2023
Time: 4 PM CET (Italy time) / 11 AM EDT (NY time)
Join Martino Jerian, CEO and Founder of Amped Software, as he delves into the latest developments in the field of image and video forensics. Discover emerging trends, potential challenges, and the impact of artificial intelligence on investigations. Gain insight into the crucial role of proper understanding of video evidence in legal proceedings. Learn about the main issues related to image quality. Explore the connection between image/video forensics and cybersecurity in this informative webinar.
Deepfakes and Authenticity Analysis in Amped Authenticate
Presenter: Marco Fontani, Forensics Director
Date: Thursday, May 25, 2023
Time: 4 Pm CEST (Italy time) / 10 AM EDT (NY time)
In a world where forgeries and deepfakes are increasingly used to foster fake news, it is essential to authenticate and source images and videos before trusting them or admitting them as evidence in a trial.
This webinar will show how Amped Authenticate can assist you with every step of the image and video authentication process. We’ll see how you can check the coherence of metadata and space/time information within an image, deeply inspect its file structure and content, understand whether the image has been uploaded to Facebook or other social media platforms, identify manipulated or cloned regions, detect deepfakes, and trace the image back to the specific camera that captured it. Also, we’ll present tools to automate the analysis and identify the most suspicious images in a folder.
The Complete Workflow for Video Analysis in Amped FIVE
Presenter: David Spreadborough, Forensic Analyst
Date: Wednesday, October 18, 2023
Time: 4 PM CEST (Italy time) / 10 AM EDT (NY time)
The aim of any investigation is to identify evidence, evaluate its meaning and then present the facts. This new webinar will take you step-by-step through the process of handling, data analysis, and then the visual interrogation of video evidence.
We will conduct restoration and enhancement to assist in the interpretation of reliable facts. Then, we will output that information in a repeatable and demonstrative way to assist the investigation or court.
Using a single software relieves you from any requirement for multi-tool validation, saving you time during the investigation process and avoiding challenges later in court.
With video evidence now brightly under the spotlight, you will learn how using Amped FIVE safeguards you against unknown processing in consumer video tools with a science-based, single, forensic application.
Our webinars will help you to gain insight into how to best use video evidence as part of your investigations, properly authenticate digital recordings as evidence, and stay up-to-date on new developments.
If you want to learn more about using digital recordings in your investigations and practices, sign up for our upcoming webinars now!
Join us on the journey into achieving justice through science!