How to Recover Video Files from USB Flash Drive?

  • A read-only tool that restores videos from removable USB flash drives within a few clicks
  • Restores all formats of videos, images, songs, documents, and other file formats
  • Works with USB drives, memory cards, memory sticks, iPods, SSD, HDD, etc.
  • Runs on any versions of Windows and Mac OSX

 

The external USB storage drive holds various types of data including video files such as MP4, MOV, AVI, FLV, etc. Sometimes the video files get deleted or lost due to certain reasons from USB flash drive. Some of the common reasons that lead to deletion or loss of video files are accidental deletion, file system corruption, bad sectors, virus attack, etc.

If your video files are also deleted or lost due to above-mentioned scenario, then straightaway use the Video File Recovery tool. Media files lost or deleted from USB drives due to any circumstances be effortlessly retrieved by this utility using its powerful scan engine.

You can use the Video File Recovery program under the following situations of files loss from USB drives-

  1. Unintentional Format: Mistakenly choosing the USB drive for formatting then all the videos residing in the USB drive gets wiped. When the user presses the Format button unintentionally or intentionally all video files stored get deleted.
  2. Human Errors: Several user mistakes like incorrect handling, accidental deletion, abrupt removal of the USB drive, forceful sudden shut down of the system, etc. can damage the video files on the connected USB drive.
  3. Improper File Transfer: Any sort of interruptions whilst transferring video files from the USB drive to the system will also lead to loss of video files.
  4. Corrupted USB Drive: You encounter USB drive corruption due to improper ejection of the USB drive. You might suddenly eject the USB drive while it is in use.
  5. Virus Attack: Virus or malware program affects the video files stored in the USB drive. Sometimes due to virus attack, the file system on the USB drive gets damaged and the videos go missing or inaccessible.

Easily restore videos on the removable USB drives

The Video File Recovery proves to be the pitch-perfect tool to extract deleted, lost, formatted, or corrupt video files on a USB drive. This application employs an advanced scan engine that extracts videos in a quick set of steps.

With the aid of this tool, you can recover generic and RAW video files from various external storage drives like memory cards, HDD, memory sticks, SSD, etc. The software is available in the trial as well as full version so that the user can test the performance of video recovery tool.

Note: In case, if you have accidentally deleted video files from memory stick then you can use this application. Refer to this link: http://www.videofilerecovery.net/deleted-from-memory-stick.html to get full information.

Salient Features of the Video File Recovery Tool

  • Capable to recover flash drive video file, image files, audio, and other media files having any file extensions
  • Assures no modifications to the original file format
  • Presents a preview of the retrieved media files
  • Using this tool, you can recover deleted MPEG video files as well as 3GP, AVI, MP4, MOV, FLV, WMV, etc.
  • Runs on all editions of Windows and Mac machines

How to recover USB drive videos?

Step 1: Download and install the Video File Recovery utility on your computer. Connect the removable USB drive to it.

Step 2: Now select Recover Files option from the home screen. Hit on the Scan button.

Video File Recovery - Main screen

Figure 1: Main Screen

Step 3: The scan on the USB drive gets initiated.

Figure 2: Scanning for video files

Step 4: Check for the restored videos in the list of recovered files.

Figure 3: Recovery results

Step 5: Proceed to preview the files and mark the videos for saving.

Figure 4: Preview Window

Step 6: Finally, set a suitable storage drive location to save the videos retrieved from the USB drive and click on the Save button.

Figure 5: Save Recovered Videos

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