New Blogs: Pretexting & Audio/video editting

  • 7 Rules Every PI Should Know About the Ban on Pretexting
    By El Dorado|February 22nd, 2021|Categories: Private Investigator Industry News
    If you’ve been watching the news or following social media stories the past several years, you have probably noticed a growing number of stories about how people have outed others – often criminals – through dating apps, catfishing, email phishing, and generally misrepresenting themselves online.

    It’s effective and may look like an attractive option to a busy PI, but in the professional world this type of misrepresentation is called “pretexting,” and in some cases it’s specifically illegal. If a private investigator is working online or making calls, and ever feels the urge to misrepresent themselves to collect more information, here are the rules they should always follow to stay out of serious legal trouble (and the probability of losing their license).

    How to Extract audio MP3 from Video Files using VLC Player
    VLC Media Player comes loaded with tons of features and customization which almost make it a basic video editing software. VLC player can be used to extract audio from common video file formats like MP4. You can save the extracted audio in MP3, OGG and many other audio formats.

    Note: Use the latest version of VLC Player for this feature to work correctly.

    The Quality of the extracted audio depends on the source video file. In this tutorial we would be extracting audio in MP3 format from a MP4 video file.

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