The adage "Justice delayed is justice denied" rings true in the legal system. If someone has been wronged and the legal system can provide redress but fails to do so promptly, it becomes completely ineffective. However, there is hope for those seeking justice - 2Digital. It is vital in the resolution process and can ensure a just and expeditious outcome to legal matters.
2Digital LLC. is a highly specialized technology company that focuses on the preservation of analog audio and video evidence. Their digital conversion process is designed to maintain the original integrity of the evidence, ensuring that it remains as accurate and reliable as possible.
Unlike commercial home movie conversion companies, 2Digital adheres to strict evidence-handling procedures that are consistent with the Federal Rules of Evidence and those of nationally accredited law enforcement agencies.
The experts behind 2Digital have extensive backgrounds in law enforcement and have successfully led complex criminal investigations. They are highly regarded as a state-level authority in digital multimedia evidence, offering valuable insights and experience in the field.
2Digital is committed to reviving cold evidence so that justice can be served without any further delay.
As technology evolves, so does the importance of digital evidence in solving crimes. Many law enforcement agencies still hold analog audio and video evidence that could be crucial in solving cases but lack the resources to convert it to a modern digital format. This is where 2Digital LLC comes in - with our expertise and equipment, we help agencies convert and update this evidence for use in modern investigations. Not only does this make the evidence more accessible, but it also ensures that it is preserved for future use.
Preserving analog evidence is of utmost importance and time is of the essence. Magnetic tapes are commonly used to store analog audio and video evidence, but they have a limited lifespan and can deteriorate within 10 to 50 years, even under optimal conditions. Converting analog evidence to digital format should be done as soon as possible to avoid compromising the quality or losing the evidence altogether. Delaying this process could result in significant quality loss or even evidence loss. 2Digital LLC recognizes the gravity of this issue and is ready to assist law enforcement agencies and law firms in upgrading their analog evidence for optimal preservation and accessibility.
"Magnetic tapes stored under archival conditions (U.S. National Archives and Records Administration example) generally have a life span of about 10 to 50 years before exhibiting difficult to handle decay."
~archives.gov › video guidance
"Although there's no expiration date on VHS films, it's clear they won't last forever. Studies show that even well-stored tapes you've only watched once will experience up to 20 percent signal loss over a 10 to 25-year period. Over time, a great deal of information will be irretrievably lost, without any real cause."
~https://kodakdigitizing.com › news
"That means you must store magnetic tapes where both humidity and temperatures are stable. A more realistic lifespan for magnetic tape is about ten to twenty years. And it's important to note that tape is more susceptible to wear and tear if used frequently."
~https://www.arcserve.com › blog
"According to manufacturers’ data sheets and other technical literature, thirty years appears to be the upper limit for magnetic tape products, including video and audio tapes."
~www.clir.org › publications
~Lois McMaster Bujold