Adobe Photoshop File Recovery
Disk Doctor Photo file recovery for MacDisk Doctors Photo Recovery (Mac) software now has enhanced support for recovering Adobe Photoshop files i.e. PSD file extension. The software is updated with latest algorithm that will help users to recover lost/deleted .psd files from hard drives, memory cards etc. PSD is the default file extension of the proprietary file format of Adobe Photoshop which is widely used. If you are following people's concerns about the loss of future history, this will be even more evident.
Disk Doctors photo recovery software is an advanced program designed for Mac OS X, it uses advanced technologies to find and reconstruct fragmented digital photographs after deletion or accidental formatting of a memory card. Disk Doctors Photo Recovery (Mac), the program uses individual algorithms for each supported file type to perform sophisticated data recovery, developed over years of research at Disk Doctor Labs.
Disk Doctor 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 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)
* Standard Photo Format: BMP, PNG, TIF, TIFF, JPEG, JPG, GIF
* Audio Format: MP3, WAV, MIDI, M4A, M4B, AIFF, AIF, AIFC
* Video Format: MPEG, MPG, AVI, MOV, M4V, 3GP, 3G2, MP4
Disk Doctors Photo Recovery for Mac with PSD support is priced at $69.00 (USD) for a limited time. Demos are available from Disk Doctors online.
Established in 1991, Disk Doctors Labs is the one of the oldest data recovery companies spread across 5 countries. Disk Doctors specializes in developing system utilities (PC Software) and recovery of all advanced data loss cases including Raid Recovery and its product portfolio consists of several Data Recovery Software, Undelete Tools and several other PC Software Utilities. Continuous research and development efforts leading to various path-breaking technologies at Disk Doctor Labs have made some of the impossible data recovery cases possible. - Norcross, Georgia - Published on 07/16/09
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