Category Archives: Amped Replay Tutorials: How do I do this?

How Can I Convert an Unplayable Video from CCTV whilst keeping the Best Quality?

Welcome, dear friends, to the weekly “How Do I Do This” appointment! As we discovered in the previous posts, most surveillance footage is normally available in proprietary formats that standard players won’t play. We’ve also seen that Amped Replay lets you play many of such formats, so you can view them. How though can you convert them, whilst maintaining quality to preserve their evidential worth, so that other colleagues can play them?

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How Can I Find Which Are CCTV Video Files on a USB Drive?

Dear friends, welcome to this week’s “How do I do this?” pill to ease your video pain! As we said in the previous post, surveillance video files often come in rather odd extensions. So odd that you’ll hardly be able to tell apart video files from different stuff. But luckily, Amped Replay will identify potential video files for you! Keep reading to find out more.

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How Can I Play an Unplayable Video From a CCTV Surveillance System?

Dear friends, welcome back! As promised in the introductory post to this series, today we’ll face one of the most basic and common issues found by investigators in their daily job: playing surveillance video files. It seems the easiest thing, but it turns out to be often hard with standard players, so keep reading.

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Introducing the new “Amped Replay Tutorials: How do I do this?” Blog Post Series!

Dear friends, welcome back! Last week we said farewell to the Video Evidence Pitfall blog series, but of course we’re not leaving you alone! And so, here we are with a brand new series called “Amped Replay Tutorials: How do I do this?“. We’ll try to address simple tasks that people working with video face almost daily. Keep reading for more info!

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