1. rjohns25's Avatar
    Without going into too much detail I have a question for some of you blackberry experts. A video was recorded using a blackberry curve 8900. The memory card of that blackberry was then removed from the phone. The original video is very important and is believed to have been tampered with. Is there a way to look at the video details or file information to determine if the video is the original and if any tampering, such as splicing, splitting or cropping took place? Are there embedded timestamps and frame numbers that are absolutely unchangeable or is there a portion of the video that contains the ORIGINAL recording data such as number of frames, length of video and so on that would remain intact regardless of the video being editted? All help would be MUCH appreciated.
    03-01-11 09:35 PM
  2. Jazilian's Avatar
    I have the same problem. In this case i used a Bold 9000 to make recording(s) of a stop and search and assault on myself, the police confiscated the phone for 5 months and returned the phone. one of the videos does not contain the entire event and am suspicious of tampering.

    File name: VID 00020-20101202-2237 (02/12/2010 - 22:37hrs) 08:13s
    Created on: Dec 2, 2010 22:45 (when the recording button was stopped)
    Last modified: Dec 2, 2010 22:47

    On every single other video on the blackberry the "created and last modified" dates are the same:

    File name: VID 00019-20101202-2236 (02/12/2010 - 22:36hrs) 00.07s Created on: Dec 2, 2010 22:37
    Last modified: Dec 2, 2010 22:37

    seems like i'm missing nearly 2 minutes...

    Is there a program that can be used to see in original has been tampered with?
    Much help Appreciated
    05-23-11 10:28 AM
  3. T�nis's Avatar
    I wouldn't be surprised if the videos were tampered with.

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    05-23-11 11:59 AM