SD cards are specially used to hold different types of media files on various digital devices. It extends the storage space besides the internal memory of the device to store huge amount of data. SD memory cards are portable and can be used with different types of video camcorders, digital camera, mobiles, and other handheld devices; to provide non-volatile memory storage. You can store numerous video files on the SD card, which you have captured via camera or downloaded from the internet.
Sometimes, you might accidentally format an SD card that results into loss of all video files and other information from the card. The SD card data could get deleted or lost due to other reasons as well.
Even any damages occurred to the card will make the data inaccessible. When you try to access data from a corrupt SD card, it will display some error message like “Card not formatted”, “SD card error”, and others because of which you will not be able to access videos or photos stored on the SD card storage.
Video File Recovery software is a perfect solution to retrieve videos from formatted, reformatted, damaged, or corrupt SD card. It uses an efficient scan algorithm that deep scans the memory card and extracts all formats of video files from it. Even images, audio, animation, documents, etc. are also supported for restoration. To know more about lost video file recovery, visit: http://www.videofilerecovery.net/how-to-find-lost.html.
Using this robust tool, you can effortlessly perform video recovery from an SD card at different instances of corruption. As this program work in read-only mode, it retrieves videos and other media files without altering the original file structure. Apart from SD card, it is also capable to recover video files from the USB drive in an effective manner. This software is compatible with all the latest versions of Windows and Mac operating system. To recover videos from damaged SD card on Mac system, visit: http://www.videofilerecovery.net/software-for-mac.html.
Step 1: Run the Video File Recovery tool on your PC. Connect the SD card to it.
Step 2: Choose Recover Files option from the home screen.
Step 3: Select the drive that represents the SD card from the list of logical drives.
Step 4: Click on the Scan button.
Figure 1: Main Screen
Step 5: The scanning process will begin.
Figure 2: Scanning for video files
Step 6: The restored videos will be listed on a new screen.
Figure 3: Recovery results
Step 7: Review the media files retrieved from the SD card storage.
Figure 4: Preview Window
Step 8: Now save the recovered videos to a suitable storage location.
Figure 5: Save Recovered Videos