Audio-Video forensics is the field of forensic science that involves the scientific interpretation of audio & video recordings which are obtained from a civil investigation or criminal legal proceedings. It generally involves the acquisition, analysis, and evaluation of audio & video recordings that may ultimately be presented as admissible evidence in a court of law or some other official venue. It is prevalent in the investigation of crimes such as terrorism, extortion, intimidation, espionage, drug trafficking, kidnapping, and ransom demands, stalking, personal disputes, etc. Speaker identification in the context of forensic is all about comparing voices. It involves the comparison of one or more samples of an offender’s voice with one or more samples of a suspect’s voice. It could be useful in various cases such as dispute cases, security control for information, matrimonial cases, terrorist attacks, fraud cases, etc.