Program Overview

Embark on a journey into the world of digital forensics with the Forensic Audio, Video & Digital Imaging Analysis addon course at Ayyappa Institute of Management Studies (AIMS). This pioneering course blends multimedia expertise with forensic science, equipping students with the skills to investigate and analyze digital media evidence for legal and investigative purposes.

Why Choose Forensic Audio, Video & Digital Imaging Analysis?

In an increasingly digital world, multimedia evidence plays a crucial role in investigations and legal proceedings. From audio recordings and surveillance footage to digital images and video clips, multimedia evidence requires specialized analysis to uncover the truth. This specialization prepares students to become experts in forensic audio, video, and digital imaging analysis, addressing the growing demand for professionals in this field.


Course Highlights

  • Multimedia Fundamentals: Gain a solid foundation in multimedia production techniques, including audio recording, video editing, and digital imaging.

  • Forensic Science Principles: Understand the principles of forensic science, including evidence collection, preservation, and analysis, as applied to multimedia evidence.

  • Audio Forensics: Learn to enhance and analyze audio recordings, including speech analysis, noise removal, and authentication techniques.

  • Video Forensics: Explore techniques for analyzing video recordings, including video enhancement, frame-by-frame analysis, and authenticity verification.

  • Digital Imaging Analysis: Develop expertise in analyzing digital images, including image enhancement, metadata examination, and image authentication.

  • Legal and Ethical Considerations: Study the legal and ethical issues surrounding forensic multimedia analysis, including chain of custody, admissibility of evidence, and expert testimony.

  • Practical Training: Gain hands-on experience through simulated investigations and real-world case studies, applying forensic techniques to multimedia evidence.