Video capture expert witnesses may opine on digital multimedia evidence and streaming media, as well as related topics. Definitions include:
Multimedia Evidence Analog or digital media, including, but not limited to, film, tape, magnetic and optical media, and/or the information contained therein. NOTE: The term Digital Multimedia Evidence (DME) used in this document refers specifically to multimedia evidence in a digital form.
Forensic Video Analysis Forensic Video Analysis is the scientific examination, comparison and/or evaluation of video in legal matters.
Integrity Verification The process of confirming that the data presented is complete and unaltered since time of acquisition.
Authentication The process of substantiating that the data is an accurate representation of what it purports to be.
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