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How to Use ADF Photo Probability to Speed Your Investigation

Posted by Richard T. Frawley on November 25, 2019
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With the ever-increasing amount of digital photo evidence, it's nearly impossible for investigators to quickly review photo evidence in a timely manner. Enter ADF Photo Probability for on-scene triage and digital investigations; one of the ways that ADF helps reduce the "noise" in a case and helps you get to the evidence faster.

Photo Probability filtering is applicable to all pictures within the Picture File Types group. The Photo Probability score indicates how likely it is that the file is a photograph. Files with a score of 70% or more are highly likely to be a photograph as opposed to other graphic file types such as icons and clip art or similar.

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The Picture and Capture views can be filtered based on the Photo Probability score, allowing non-photographic graphic files to be quickly removed from the displayed results. Photo probability scoring is done during the scan process and can immediately be applied during the analysis phase. When you have completed the analysis of the images you can reverse the filter and quickly examine the filtered images.

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Topics: Digital Evidence Investigator, technology, Forensic Analysis, Classifier, Boot Scan, Mobile Device Investigator, Cyber Forensics, DEI PRO, Triage-G2 PRO, Triage-Investigator PRO, Digital Evidence

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