Eclipse - Video Screen Capture Tool
The Eclipse screen capture kit is designed to capture user information from screens on cell phones, GPS units, tablets and any other portable device that can be photographed. Eclipse is an easy-to-use yet comprehensive tool that requires minimal training and expertise. It can be used by law enforcement, military, prisons, schools, private entities and any other organization that would like to capture screen shots from mobile devices, add notes to them and organize them intuitively. Images and video are saved within the program but can be exported to a report at any time and viewed in a web browser with integrated images and video. Eclipse is the best tool for mobile device screen capture in full digital forensics labs, cell phone examination kiosks, forward operating bases, educational institutions, prisons, even for field use.
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The Eclipse screen capture kit is designed for efficiency and ease--‐of--‐use when conducting manual examinations. Eclipse Hardware combines a high--‐resolution camera that allows you to adjust focus and lighting while fine--‐tuning the captured image. The High quality stand is designed for stability and holds devices in place, allowing you to navigate quickly while recording evidence. Intuitive software allows you to efficiently take screen shots, record video and audio, organize and annotate evidence. Customizable, Professional reports can be easily generated for evidence presentation.
High Quality Camera and Base
Eclipse includes a high quality camera and lens optimized for capturing mobile device screens. The camera moves up and down and swivels forward and backward, all while staying centered on the device. The hardware is solid and sturdy, making it easier for users to start capturing. The hardware base keeps the device centered and in-place at all times, ensuring that human interaction with the device doesn't change the capture orientation. Swiping through screens or pushing buttons is essential for navigating the devoce under capture, but without a solid base like Eclipse the device can move around, causing frustration for the user.
Images, Video and Audio Capture Methods
Images can be captured with the Eclipse camera or imported from other cameras. Video can be captured using the Eclipse camera. For video capture, Eclipse combines your default Windows audio source and displays a volume level indicator to ensure your audio is working properly.
Quick Capture Process
Eclipse capture starts by creating a case and adding a device. Multiple devices can be saved under one case allowing you to organize your captures more efficiently
All user data that is viewable such as SMS, MMS, contacts, call logs, images, video, IMEI numbers, WIFI settings, chat logs, downloaded apps, etc. can be captured with images or video. During capture, the user can select what category of information is being captured and add notes to the capture.
Image and Video Hashing
After capturing an image or video of a device screen, Eclipse hashes the image using a SHA-1 algorithm. Hashing the image after capture ensures against altered images or data manipulation.
Preview and Organization of Captures
After capturing images and video of user information in cell phones, GPS units, tablets, etc., Eclipse allows you to organize and edit your captures. Did you accidentaly label 50 images of SMS as "Call Log" during capture? No problem, the preview windows offers batch editing. Would you like to find a specific video and add notes after capture? With multiple filtering options Eclipse makes it easy to preview all of your images and video and find what you're looking for.
Video and Images in One Report
Images and video can be selected from the preview window to be included in the report. Specific information accompanying each capture can either be displayed or not in the report, depending on what options are checked by the user.
The best part of Eclipse report generation is that images and video are bundled together in one HTML report, making it extremely easy to display all captured media. There is no need to open separate files or switch between reports. No other screen capture tool offers this level of media integration.
Total Control for the User
Capture resolutions for images and video are 2048 x 1536, 1600 x 1200, 1280 x 1024, 640 x 480, and 320 x 240. The camera aperature ranges from c16-1.4 while the 8mm lens focus range is 1:1.4. The stand can adjust to 14" vertical standing height. Image controls like white balance, brightness, contrast, color balance and more ensure capture of the best images possible.
Supported Operating Systems
Eclipse Kit Includes