ProGrade Digital has announced Recovery Pro, professional-grade software to assist with recovery of photo and video files that have become lost, accidentally deleted and/or corrupted.
ProGrade Digital said Recovery Pro recognizes RAW, TIF, JPEG, MJP, MOV, MP4 and other files types produced by DSLR, mirrorless, cinema and video cameras from all major manufacturers. It works with video and cinema-grade 4 thru 6K, UHD and/or 360-degree file types. The software is compatible with Mac OS X and Windows 10 and higher.
It recovers more than 90 different audio and video file formats and is compatible with files produced using CFast, SDXC, microSDHC/XC, and CompactFlash cards.
A free “try before you buy” evaluation copy is available. The full software download is $49.99 for a 12-month subscription. It’s available exclusively at https://progradedigital.com/products/recovery-pro-data-recovery-software.
“We spent nearly one year developing this software to refine the recovery capabilities for all types of still and video files,” said Wes Brewer, founder and CEO of ProGrade Digital.“Today, there are a variety of free and paid software applications for professionals to recover lost images and video files, but each has limits due to the complexity of various file structures and corruption scenarios.
“We believe that our new Recovery Pro software is the most comprehensive tool available, and yields the highest possible success rate for recovering damaged files from all types of cameras — be it action cameras, drones, pro camcorders, DSLRs or some of the newest mirrorless models.”
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