Dear colleagues, we are very thrilled to introduce you to the new exciting audio display and redaction features now available in Amped Replay! Additions that required weeks of intense development and testing, but which we are immensely proud of. And we think you are going to love how easy it is now to remove sensitive audio from your evidence!
In the past, removing sensitive and/or unwanted material from digital media evidence was considered a niche editing skill that only a specialized video unit could undertake in a law enforcement agency. And there was a good reason for it, of course: the process required ingesting the evidence, editing the material and exporting the processed media to a forensically acceptable standard. This is a delicate workflow that requires specialized training and skill set in forensic video processing and analysis.
Dear friends, it is with a bittersweet feeling that I’m announcing this will be the last Tip Tuesday. The bitter part is just because I’m a bit emotional and I got used to this weekly appointment… but the sweet part is that we’ll continue writing new posts in 2021, just a bit different… so the best is yet to come!
To say goodbye, I’ve prepared a list of the 52 tips that accompanied this difficult 2020, so you have them all here for quick reference. And if you want, you can also take a look at the list of 2019 tips.
Thanks to all our loyal followers, we’ll meet again next year (#bringon2021) ready for a new experience!
Dear tip crunchers, welcome to this week’s tip! Today we’ll finish the mini-series on exporting formats. Last week, we discussed the case of images: we saw some criteria to choose the proper kind of compression, and we reviewed the range of options offered by Amped products. Today it’s about video, so… keep reading!
Dear friends welcome to this week’s tip! A question we get very often from our users is: which format should I choose to write my enhanced video/image once I’m done? We’re thus happy to introduce a mini-series of two tips on this subject! Today we’ll introduce the topic and discuss the case where your final output is an image, next week we’ll deal with videos. So, keep reading! And see you back here next week for part 2!
Dear friends, welcome to a brand new tip, which covers both Amped Replay and Amped FIVE! It’s the kind of tip people love: very quick and potentially a lifesaver! We’ll show how you can protect the annotations that you make so that you don’t accidentally edit or delete them. Keep reading!
Dear Amped friends welcome to this week’s Tip! We hope you’ve already heard of the latest Amped Replay update, which rolled out a few weeks ago. One of the coolest new features is assisted tracking, which makes annotations in Amped Replay even more powerful and easy than they were before. This weeks’ tip comes directly from one of our developers: it helps to make assisted tracking work better in challenging situations, so don’t miss it and keep reading!
Dear fellows welcome to this week’s tip! When users try Amped Replay, they are always super happy with its graphical interface usability and friendliness. There is usually just one point where they ask for clarification: the various video export options that the software provides. This week’s tip is devoted to clarifying how they differ and when you should use them, so keep reading!
Dear loyal summer readers, thanks for being here instead of having a swim! Today’s tip won’t be long, I promise, but it covers a feature of Amped Replay that I’m sure is unknown to most. Did you know Amped Replay can be configured to enable/disable some of the software functionalities and optionally show messages on the GUI? This can be extremely useful when deploying Replay to different units having different skill levels. Keep reading to know more about it!
Dear loyal readers, here we are with this week’s tip! Today we’ll be showing how to export and clear projects in Amped Replay. We’ll see how to remove one single project from the cache, how to make a batch cleaning of the whole cache, and more. Keep reading!
Dear friends welcome to this week’s tip! Today we take inspiration from a question that we receive from time to time from our users. It basically goes like this: “How come consumer players like VLC sometimes appear to play the video better than Amped FIVE or Amped Replay?”. If you’re curious about the answer… just keep reading!