What types of files will SecureRecovery for Photos treat?
SecureRecovery for Photos is designed to treat JPEG, BMP, GIF and TIFF photographs. It uses powerful technology to completely restore damaged pictures while minimizing artifacts and other effects of corruption.
How are the license options different? Which one should I purchase?
Features and usage capabilities vary by software license type. We recommend reviewing our Licensing page, which provides details about our current license scheme.
How does the demo version of SecureRecovery for Photos work?
The demo version allows you to try out the software before you commit to a purchase. However, it does not fully restore targeted pictures to a usable state. Instead, it puts a black square with demo text over the file during the output process.
Each of the commercial versions of SecureRecovery for Photos will restore damaged pictures without putting the black square or the demo text over the picture. Other than this fundamental difference, the demo and full versions are identical.
We recommend using the demo version to check whether your images are recoverable. It is important to note that if the visible areas of a photograph appear damaged, garbled or discolored, these issues may be permanent, and the full version of the software will not be able to obtain a more complete recovery.
I need to recover a large number of photos. Can I use a batch file or access the SecureRecovery for Photos software through a command line?
This feature is available for Service and Enterprise license holders, but it is not included with the Standard license. To create batch files or access the software directly, you will need to first establish an output directory for the recovered files. After taking this step, you can use this call (no brackets):
When operating SecureRecovery for Photos through the command line, use the ‘*’ character to refer to a group of symbols and the ‘?” character to indicate an individual symbol.
My recovered photographs look fine, but when I inspect the image properties, they appear slightly smaller than my original photographs.
This occurs because SecureRecovery for Photos encountered damaged areas of your files, which were recreated with empty space during the recovery. It is normal and is not a cause for concern as long as your pictures seem otherwise intact.