Losing important video files from SD card is heart-breaking! The memory card might have been formatted accidentally, videos were deleted by mistake, or they might go missing. Whatever the reason, the one thought you have after losing videos from SD card is to get them back at any cost. You look for all available options to recover video files from the card.
Don’t fret too much. You can easily recover your videos from SD card with the help of Remo Recover software. This tool is designed to get back deleted or lost videos from memory card in a simple and quick way. Moreover, it has a user-friendly interface which makes the recovery process easy to go about for a new user.
Restore Deleted / Lost Videos from SD Card:
Remo Photo Recovery software is built with advanced scanning mechanisms that scan the entire SD card drive to get back videos from inaccessible, corrupted, or formatted SD card. It supports recovery of various video file formats like AVI, MOV, MPG, 3G2, 3GP, MP4, and so on. And not just from SD card, the tool will recover video files from memory cards of various types like CF cards, XD cards, MMC cards, microSD card, SDHC card, to name a few. The application also helps to retrieve deleted or missing photos, audio files along with videos from memory cards, hard drives, external USB drives, iPods, and other storage mediums.
Let’s see few Causes for Losing Video Files from SD Card:
Few Precautionary measures:
Guide to Retrieve Video Files from SD Card:
Step 1:Download and install the software on your system. Connect your SD card to the system using card reader and select “Recover Photos” option from main screen
Figure 1: Main Screen
Step 2: On the next screen, select either “Recover Deleted Photos” or “Recover Lost Photos” option to proceed with the recovery process
Figure 2: Select Suitable Option
Step 3: Now select SD card drive from which you want to recover video files and click “Next” button to begin scanning process
Figure 3: Select SD Card Drive
Step 4: Once software completes scanning process, you can view list of recovered video files in two types of views which are: “File Type View” and “Data view”.
Figure 4: List of Recovered Videos
Step 5: Finally, you can preview recoverable video files and save them to any location on your host computer
Figure 5: Preview Recovered Media Files