The enhanced video player for police investigators

Easy to use video player for first-level analysis of video evidence with quick conversion, corrections, redaction, annotation functions, and reporting.

Convert and play videos from most proprietary CCTV/DVR formats, body-worn cameras, dashcams, mobile phones, drones, social media and more

Apply quick corrections to images and videos with basic enhancement tools

Annotate digital multimedia evidence for investigations and media release

Redact sensitive audio, blur and/or hide sensitive data such as faces from video recordings

The trusted tool to play video evidence

and to speed up your investigations

Empowers investigators with one modern and simple tool to play video evidence, find clues faster and speed up investigations. With Amped Replay investigators can expedite their case and conduct a first-level analysis of the evidential footage.


  • Quickly view footage from various sources (CCTV, body-worn cameras, dash cameras, drones, and more)
  • Perform simple common tasks required to analyze video evidence during the initial stages of an investigation
  • Get an image ready for media release or public appeals
  • Process and prepare the video evidence for court with confidence without the need to rely on dedicated video evidence staff
  • Process the evidence in a safe and sound forensic manner

The “golden hour”

Video is often the only source of evidence in a case. Collecting video evidence is the first port of call for any investigator building a case. Time is often crucial and the quicker an investigator can obtain and view footage, the better.

Designed with simplicity in mind

Amped Replay offers forensic CCTV playback, fast processing, redactioncorrectionannotations and the export of evidence for case building and disclosure.

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It is used by investigators, detectives, frontline officers, and first responders. Amped Replay can also be used by security personnel and CCTV operators.

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Amped Replay supports many types of image and video data retrieved from various multimedia sources (including audio and time-stamp streams) from CCTV and DVR systems, body-worn cameras, dash cameras, drones, mobile phones, fingerprints, documents, and much more. When a video that does not play in Amped Replay is found, be it a completely new format or a variant of an already supported format, users can contact our support team to analyze, decode and add support to the software. Support for proprietary formats is continuously updated according to end user's requests.


Amped Replay automatically preserves the integrity and continuity of the original evidence with every load, conversion and export.

Every enhancement and annotation tool in Replay works as a filter, therefore complying with a safe and forensically sound non-destructive workflow. The original evidence remains unaltered and every process can be traced back to the original media. We've done all the hard work behind the scenes to make sure you can process video and images effortlessly and without worry.

Forensically sound

A frontline investigator is dealing with a theft. CCTV is handed to them on a disc by the owner of the premises involved in the case. The CCTV is known to capture the suspect but it is in a proprietary format and there is no player. The suspect is unknown.

A team of detectives is investigating a number of armed robberies and serious assaults across the force that appear to be linked. There is video evidence from multiple locations and different sources but the group of suspects has not yet been identified and caught. The suspects wear masks and dark clothing and use a light-colored vehicle to travel to and from the location. A member of the public has dashcam footage of the vehicle driving recklessly and without due care immediately after the robbery. They hand the footage to the Police.

The major crime team is working on the case of a vulnerable missing person. There have been no sightings for over a week and the only leads evolve around CCTV. The person’s phone has been switched off the entire time and no bank or credit cards have been used. The case is widely publicized in the local media and due to the amount of time the person has now been missing, the case is out in the press. Following initial inquiries, the investigation team has determined the person was last seen entering a local shop in their hometown and they have been caught on the shop's CCTV system. The CCTV is in a proprietary, multi-camera format and the on-call CCTV unit support staff are busy dealing with another ongoing major case.

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