Digital MediaRescue Professional 4.5.1

"Digital MediaRescue Professional" snapshot

Recover lost MP3, WMA, JPEG, PNG, GIF, AVI, MOV, WAV, MIDI and other multimedia files from a host of multimedia devices ranging from digital camcoders, digital still cameras, digital audio recorders, PDAs, mobile phones to PC hard drives.

Advertising
Software information
Platform:
Windows 7/Vista/XP/2000
Publisher:
Regall LLC
Price:
$39.95
File size:
1.72 Mb
Date added:
September 12, 2007
Screenshot:
Product page:
Description from the Publisher
Recover lost multimedia files from a host of digital devices: Camcoders, Still Cameras, MP3 and WMA Players, PDAs and mobile phones. The program supports recovery from Hard Drives, CompactFlash cards (type I/II), IBM Microdrives, SmartMedia cards, MultiMedia cards (MMCs), Secure Digital (SD) cards, Memory Sticks, CD/DVD drives, and any other storage device. A wide range of file formats is supported: MP3, WMA, JPEG, AVI, MOV, MIDI, and more.
Users reviews & testimonials

This software is not reviewed yet.

Advertising
Other downloads from this publisher

ObjectWipe protects your computer privacy: wipe files, disk drives/flash memory and unused disk space so your data CAN NEVER BE ACCESSED OR RECOVERED. The program uses either fast or secure erase algorithms.

Recover lost audio files from whole host of multimedia devices - from digital audio recorders, MP3 & WMA players to PDAs and mobile phones. Program support recovery of wide range file formats: MP3

Recover lost video files from whole host of digital devices - DV Camcorders, PDAs, mobile phones and PC Hard Drives with addition of wide range file format support: AVI, MOV, MPEG, RM, etc.

Automatically copy essential documents and other important files and folders to a reserve location on the same drive, another drive, or across the network. You set up Tasks that describe the source, destination, and the backup schedule.

Automatically copy essential documents and other important files and folders to a reserve location on the same drive, another drive, or across the network. You set up Tasks that describe the source, destination, and the backup schedule.