Designed specifically for the purpose of forensic video acquisition,
Omnivore is a password protected 32GB USB drive that contains
specialized video capture software that enables all levels of users to easily
capture an uncompressed copy of video evidence that is displayed on
Windows based systems.
Once captured, the uncompressed copy of the video can be instantly be viewed using the Omnivore Viewer that is freely distributable and require no installation to operate. The
viewer also allows you to export to common uncompressed video and image
formats so you can do future clarification and analysis or you can
export to compressed distribution formats for courts.
Active Audio Sync™ - Capture Audio & Video that Remains In-Sync
Omnivore Active Audio Sync, new in v2.0, is a first of its kind technology designed specifically to help investigators collect and processed low frame rate video that has associated audio. With this latest update, your video and audio remain in sync and play back at the proper speed … even with low frame rate and changing frame rate videos.
Easily Move Between Systems - No Installation Required
The Omnivore capture software operates directly from the Omnivore Drive allowing you too easily move between systems, both in the office or in the field …. No additional licenses, installation or unlock codes require.
Standardize Your Video Acquisition & Processing
Outfit your First Responders with the Omnivore Portable Digital Video Acquisition tool, so your evidence collection in the field follows the same forensically sound process as what you do in the office.
Field Kit Option - DVR Forensic Video Recovery
Gain more flexibility with an Omnivore Field Kit that allows you to acquire video directly from the VGA, DVI, HDMI, SVideo and Composite video ports on DVRs. For more power, add additional Ocean Systems forensic video, image or audio tools to create a complete portable forensic multimedia acquisition and processing station. Click here to learn more
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