Remo Recover is a professional data recovery utility that offers complete digital media recovery solution for all Windows users. It helps you to efficiently retrieve all forms of media files which either are lost or erased from any of your data storage devices. It effectively works on all factors which are responsible for causing file deletion, data corruption or damage of the digital media files. This software program supports restoration of all types of image files of file format including BMP, TIFF, GIF, PNG, JPEG, JPG, and many more.
Remo Recover tool can seamlessly restore media files from external hard disk drives, digital HDR cameras, flash storage devices, etc. It can recover media files directly from digital cameras of various brands such as Fujifilm, GoPro, Canon, Nikon, Sony, etc. Apart from image files, this tool has the capability to recover deleted or missing video files of multiple file formats including MPEG, MKV, DivX, MOV, MP4, AVI, etc. It can with ease recover all deleted or lost songs accurately of any file format such as WAV, WMA, MP3, AIFF, RM, etc. audio files.
Some important features of Remo Recover tool:
Major causes for digital media files to get erased or lost from a storage device:
Generally, most digital media files are originated via a portable devices like digital cameras, smart phones, etc. and are stored on a flash memory card device. Hence, there are more chances for files to get deleted or lost from a flash card as compared with hard disk drives of computers. Following are some of the most noticed cases of data loss on them:
Step 1: Run the software and select “Recover Files” option from the main screen. Then, the software displays all the available drives in the system. Choose the drive from where you want to recover media files, and click "Scan" button to proceed further with the recovery process
Figure 1: Main Screen
Step 2: Now the software scans the drive thoroughly to locate deleted/lost media files. Once scanning is completed a list of recovered files are displayed in "Data View", and "File Type View" formats
Figure 2: File Type View of the Recovered Media Files
Step 3: Prior saving the recovered files, you can preview them by clicking "Preview" option
Figure 3: Preview Recovered Media Files
Step 4: After previewing the recovered media files, if you find all your lost/deleted files, and satisfied with the tool, then activate the complete edition and save the recovered files
Figure 4: Save Recovered Media Files