PRIMEAU FORENSICS PERFORMS THE FOLLOWING TYPES OF INVESTIGATIONS:

Audio Enhancement | Video Enhancement | Image Enhancement

Audio Authenticity | Video Authenticity | Image Authenticity

Audio Recovery | Video Recovery | Image Recovery

Voice Identification | Image Comparison | Expert Witness Testimony

FORENSIC ANALYSIS & ENHANCEMENT OF RECORDED EVIDENCE

Primeau Forensics’ analysts and experts perform audio video and image forensic analysis. We exist to find the truth by helping solve investigations efficiently. Primeau Forensics experts help their clients understand the role their media evidence plays in court as well in their investigation. We have conducted investigations for news outlets such as CNN, MSNBC, FOX News, as well as appeared on these networks. We have testified in numerous local, State and Federal courts, as well as testified in cases around the world.

30+ YEARS EXPERIENCE AS AUDIO, VIDEO AND IMAGE EXPERTES

In short, Primeau Forensics identifies the activity, clarifies the activity forensically, and testifies on their scientific findings. Identify which means to establish the scope, needs, wants and concerns of the client to help guide them to an understanding of what role the evidence plays in their case. Clarify; during the clarification process, we enhance or authenticate depending on what the evidence and the case is about. Testify; bringing the forensic investigation into the court so the trier of fact can understand or make determinations about the investigation in a simple way.

WHAT OUR EXPERT TEAM CAN DO

Video photo and audio enhancement does not always work as miraculously as it does on your favorite TV cop shows, but our team often achieves amazing results.

  • We can determine whether a photo or video has been altered.
  • Our digital forensics examiner can determine whether a video is original, or a copy.
  • We can examine video frame-by-frame, looking for clues that could reveal a fake.
  • A computer forensics analyst can examine video format, coding parameters, file structure, metadata such as time and date stamps and more to see if the video depicts something real, or something phony.
  • In many instances, we can identify the source camera used to record a specific image or video.
  • A digital investigation can identify objects in a photo or video. For example, we can help determine if a video shows a specific vehicle or building.
  • A process called forensic photogrammetry can help determine the sizes of objects in a photo or video and the distances between them. Our examiners can use distance and time to calculate the speed of objects in a video. All of this can be of great value in reconstructing the events of a vehicular collision or surveillance footage.
  • We can recover data from a dashboard camera destroyed in a collision.
  • Our experts can work with a wide range of audio and visual recording formats, many of which law enforcement agencies are unable to examine.
  • We can compare voices on recorded material to identify who is speaking.