VideoFOCUS
Need to clarify the audio tracks in your video file, or maybe combine separate audio and video recordings of the same event? VideoFOCUS Pro Version 4.5 now offers audio handling and noise reduction filtering.

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SALIENT STILLS IS NOW
SALIENT SCIENCES

November 2013 - Salient Stills was acquired in July 2013 by Digital Audio Corporation (DAC), a leading audio forensics company since 1979. The combined company now trades under the Salient Sciences name, and offers the most comprehensive and innovative audio and video forensics solutions to law enforcement and intelligence agencies worldwide. MORE

Tradeshows
Please join us at the NATIA Mid-Atlantic Chapter Fall Meeting in Cambridge, MD on October 28-29, 2014. Come checkout the new audio features in VideoFOCUS Pro Version 4.5, and hear about the new features upcoming in future releases. Or stop by and see us at any of our other upcoming shows and events.

VideoFOCUS Pro 4.5 Now with Audio Features!
The latest release of VideoFOCUS Pro, Version 4.5, adds substantial new audio capabilities, including audio-only sessions, the ability to combine and synchronize separate audio and video sessions into a single movie, and a basic level of audio clarification filtering. Please go to the VideoFOCUS Products page for further details.

VideoFOCUS:
Built for you and with you.

Simplicity. Ease. Adaptability. Flexibility. VFPro and VFSource are among the most innovative and effective multimedia software tools available, and enable law enforcement and intelligence agencies the ability to review and clarify video, image, and audio evidence more quickly and easily than any product on the market today.

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You can afford it! With subscription pricing, get training, maintenance, multi-user capability and the power of VideoFOCUS for one incredibly low rate. MORE

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April 17, 2013