Is there any forensic use of metadata from video files?
During an investigation, forensic analysts will want access to "data about data" (metadata). It contains vital information in addition to the object's position, model, and time stamp. Images and films captured with digital cameras and camcorders are automatically enhanced with information. Video files, on the other hand, are completely unrestricted. The most popular video format is MP4, which is just a container for audio and video data that is divided into "modules" or "tracks." It is important to use the correct camera while making a video in order to get the most out of it. Nowadays, dates and GPS data are often included. For "forensic" statistics such as frame rates and resolutions, you should go elsewhere.