Advanced Forensic Audio Analysis & Processing
December 2 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm$295.00 – $600.00
Advanced Forensic Audio Analysis and Processing is designed as a follow up to our popular Introduction to Forensic Audio Analysis class and builds on the fundamentals learned, into more complex editing, processing, and analysis.
On-line Webinar using WebEx.
Advanced Forensic Audio Analysis and Processing is designed as a follow up to our popular Introduction to Forensic Audio Analysis class and builds on the fundamentals learned, into more complex editing, processing, and analysis. This one-day webinar is an abbreviated version of the full-length class and will cover topics including capturing audio from proprietary players and websites, batch processing entire folders of files at once, basic multitrack audio editing techniques, removing a source like music or TV from the background of recordings, specific issues with audio from video files and variable framerates, an introduction to audio authentication techniques, and gunshot analysis.
In this course students will learn:
- Basic multitrack mixing and editing techniques
- Batch processing
- Advanced enhancement techniques
- How to accurately capture audio from proprietary players and websites
- Audio from video – strip streams, muxing streams, sync and timing issues
- Authentication practices
- Answering questions using audio signal analysis
Take Multiple Webinars and Save!
Register for this webinar and the preceding Introduction to Forensic Audio Analysis Webinar offered November 30, 2022 and save over 30%!
Register for this webinar and the preceding Forensic Audio Analysis with iZotope Webinar offered December 1, 2022 and save over 30%!
For more information click on the links for each webinar above.
This is a webinar. Internet access to WebEx is required in order to participate. Multiple hands-on exercises will be included during each module. Class participation is required in order to achieve successful completion of the class.
Allen R Combs is the chief forensic analyst for Combs Forensic Services, and has completed hundreds of forensic audio, video, and image investigations for criminal and civil cases in the United States and abroad. As an instructor for Resolution Video, and the Law Enforcement and Emergency Services Video Association (LEVA), Allen provides forensic audio and video training to top law enforcement agencies, foreign governments, and public and private sector forensic specialists from all over the world. Allen also serves as a technical assessor for the American Association for Laboratory Accreditation. Allen is an active member of multiple professional industry organizations including the International Association for Identification (IAI), the Audio Engineering Society (AES), and the Law Enforcement and Emergency Services Video Association (LEVA), and has provided consultation to several media outlets.