S21 CORRUPT HANDLER

The first and unique solution capable of extracting meaningful visual data from damaged video files that are often encountered in digital forensics. Enabling investigators to uncover evidence from damaged videos that no other tools handle, and to identify victims.

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THE POWER TO PROCESS CORRUPT VIDEOS, IN A STANDALONE TOOL

The S21 Corrupt Handler will empower you with the ability to recover undamaged evidence from corrupt videos. View corrupt videos discarded by competitor tools. Recover frames from corrupt video, to unearth valuable investigation cues such as suspects, victims or notable material, which you would have missed otherwise.

SHED LIGHT INTO DAMAGED VIDEOS

Recover valuable evidence from corrupt videos which competitor tools discard from scrutiny, because they fail to handle damaged video data. Intended for those who do not have LASERi-X, this tool will enable you to harness, in a simple specialist product, the awesome capabilities of LASERi-X to analyse corrupt videos.

VIEW THE ‘UNVIEWABLE’

Instil confidence on your investigations, and maximise your potential to find hidden detail or missing victims in ‘corrupt’ media through the S21 Corrupt Hander. Using bespoke corrupt handling abilities, S21 Corrupt Handler will enable you to analyse ‘unviewable’ media from third-party tools, to ensure victims and suspects are not missed, in a simple easy process.

  • Extensive Video Format Support
  • Corrupt File Handling
  • Multi-File Processing
  • Forensic Audit Logs
  • Easily Viewable Results
  • Built-In Training

IMPORT FROM ANY SOURCE

Import videos from a wide range of sources. Also, examine an extensive range of video formats, capitalising on wide-ranging support for video codecs.

DISCOVER UNVIEWABLE FRAMES

Extract as many valid frames as possible, and save them for forensic review.

COMPLEMENTING YOUR OTHER FORENSIC TOOLS

Import or export videos from a wide range of established digital forensics tools.

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