Date: Thursday, April 19th, 2007, 13:58
On Thursday, Smith Micro Software announced that its MediaRecover 4 file recovery program is now available. Like similar recovery programs that have come to the market recently, MediaRecover is focused around recovering data from flash and memory cards as well as digital cameras.
The software, which retails for US$29.99, can be used to recover the following file formats as well as repair corrupt storage areas:
Images: jpg, tif, png, gif, bmp, exif
RAW Image files: Canon crw, Casio cam, Fuji raf, Hasselblad, Kodak dcr, Leaf mos, Leica, Minolta mrw, Nikon nef, Olympus orf, Panasonic, Pentax pef, Phase ONE AS, Ricoh j6i, Sigma x3f, Sony srf, sr2, raw, dmg
Audio/Video clips: avi, mov, mpg, mpeg, aif, aiff, dvf, m4b, iso, asx, midi, rm, ra, 3gpp, 3gpp2
Email files: eml, nsf, url
Document files: doc, xls, hlp, lwp, rpt, wri, vss, vsd, vst, mbx
Archive files: bkf, jar, gz, gzip
Graphic files: emf, jp2, epx, dwg, ai, fh8-fh11
Database files: mdx, prm
MediaRecover 4 also boasts a new Format Option in which new system files are written to corrupt media, offering it a better chance of being readable by your camera or computer again. The program, which requires Mac OS X 10.3.9 or later to run, is written as a Universal Binary and runs at native speeds on both PowerPC and Intel-based hardware.