I recently completed an upgrade of our DCCTV Wiki and wanted to announce some significant changes that I've implemented. First and foremost, the Wiki is no longer a private members-only resource. Effective immediately, I have also migrated DME Resources and the Wiki to a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
Previously the Wiki was only available to our over 1,800 verified Professional Community members. Interested parties that do not meet our Professional Community membership requirements are now welcome to participate in the DCCTV Wiki.Discuss this article in the forums (2 replies).
Headed out the door shortly to head to Sacramento for the 100th IAI International Educational Conference. I'll be there at booth #126 representing Ocean Systems. If you'll be in Sacramento this week, stop by and see us!Discuss this article in the forums (1 replies).
Ocean Systems is proud to announce the release of ClearID version 3.1 (64-bit) for Adobe Photoshop CS4 through CC 2015. Check out the overview video after the break or click here to go directly to the Ocean Systems Updates & Patches page to download the update or check out a FREE 30-Day trial.Discuss this article in the forums (0 replies).
This isn't breaking news by any means, but hopefully some may find it helpful.
Before you click the Update button to install the new CC 2015 version of your Adobe application, consider whether you want to keep the prior version installed first. By default the new Creative Cloud installer will remove prior versions.
To keep your prior version installed, click "Update" and then select "Advanced Options" to expand the window. De-select "Remove old versions", then click "Update" to start the process.
For more information check out this Adobe blog post.Discuss this article in the forums (0 replies).
At the request of the public safety community, UL has begun development of a performance standard for tactical (e.g., hand-deployed, covert placement, robot-mounted) and operational (e.g., body-worn) video camera systems. We are seeking input from end users to determine your needs and requirements: who uses which systems, when and how they are typically used, and what features are used.
We would appreciate your completing a questionnaire using the link below:
Your input is requested by June 30th so that it can be used to guide the path forward and help to ensure that the standard meets the needs of end users.Discuss this article in the forums (0 replies).
DVR Assessment & Video Recovery
Oct. 13 - 15, 2015 - Anaheim, CA
This 3 day training course is recommended for anyone who will be responsible for the recovery of digital video evidence from CCTV systems. [ Course Overview ]
This class is being hosted by the Anaheim Police Department.