Ntrepid Timestream is a new type of interactive timeline software for anyone telling a complex story with multiple narratives and supporting media.
Herndon, VA (PRWEB) May 01, 2013
Ntrepid Corporation announced the debut of Ntrepid Timestream™, which offers a new approach to case analysis and presentation. Timestream uses interactive timelines to visually illustrate facts and chronology of events, with filters to navigate and drill into certain points in time or focus attention on specific storylines.
During the course of an investigation, legal case, or research project, photos, videos, sound recordings and documents are continuously collected. Organizing, analyzing, and sharing all of this information in a coherent way can be challenging. With Ntrepid Timestream, a visual timeline evolves as the case progresses and files are organized and shown in context with the events they support. Sharing is easy, since case timelines and multimedia documents are handed off in a single, encrypted file that anyone can open on Mac or Windows using Timestream in read-only mode. For real-time case collaboration, the company offers a server component.
"Ntrepid Timestream is a new type of interactive timeline software," explains Teddy Lindsey, Timestream creator. "Security features such as encryption and digital hashing make it ideal for law enforcement and the legal community, but Timestream is suitable for anyone who needs to explain a complex story with multiple narratives and supporting media."
In addition to Timestream, Ntrepid will release a mobile multimedia collection application for the iPhone this summer. Photos, videos, scanned documents and sound recordings captured live in the field can be sent directly to Timestream through a secure wireless connection. The company will also be adding a multi-dimensional Presentation mode to deliver a crisp, sharp presentation using any web browser.
Ntrepid Timestream is a new type of multimedia organization and timeline presentation software designed to improve communication and save time. To experience all of its capabilities, download a free trial version from the Ntrepid website at: http://www.ntrepidcorp.com/timestream.