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Photo Recovery for Mac now recovers Real Media Player Files


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Editor review:Atlanta, Georgia - Disk Doctor Labs, Inc. had released an upgrade to its photo recovery software for Mac OS X. The latest version of the software now supports recovery of Real Media player files, which include RA, RM and AMR. Apart from the addition of these file types, some enhancements have been added to the product, which now improves the overall accuracy and scanning speed of the software in recovering lost photo, audio and video files from memory cards, iPod and several other digital storage devices.


The software supports all popular varieties of photo, audio and video file formats on Mac OS X. A user can preview recovered files before restoring them using trial version of the software, thus enabling user to have a complete idea of what recovery results would be with purchased version.


Omer Faiyaz, CEO Software Business of Disk Doctor Labs, Inc. said in a company release that, "There are various data loss threats out there for digital photos, audio and video files, hence we keep updating our software to make it effective, faster and better. I am extremely pleased with the Real Media Recovery support that was added to Disk Doctors Photo Recovery (Mac) Software which also recovers music and video files, with enhancements like these, this software is the best available Advanced Photo Recovery and Music Recovery tool currently available in the market".


Disk Doctors Photo Recovery (Mac) also uses advanced algorithms to recover professional RAW photographs for almost all popular Digital SLR's, for e.g. Canon, Nikon, Sony, Panasonic, Leica, Hassleblad, Minolta, Olympus and Kodak etc. The software supports recovery of the files mentioned below.


RAW Photo Format: CR2, CRW (Canon), NEF (Nikon), ARW, SR2 (Sony), DNG (Samsung, Pentax etc.), KDC, DCR, K25 (Kodak), RAW (Leica), RAW (Panasonic), MRW (Minolta), ORF (Olympus), PEF (Pentax), X3F (Sigma), 3FR (Hasselblad), RAF (Fuji)



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