May 14, 2012
-- The program recovers the lost files from the discs created by drag and drop CD/DVD/BD writing software, including all versions of Adaptec (Roxio), Sonic and Ahead Nero software. A built-in UDF Reader provides a direct access to the discs with UDF file systems and also finds the lost data: accidentally deleted files, files located in the corrupted folders, files on incorrectly closed or quick-formatted discs.
Software also retrieves the lost footages from not properly finalized discs, created by DVD camcorders: Hitachi, Sony, Panasonic, Canon, Samsung and other DVD cameras for home use. When you cannot play the recorded video due to a failure of camcorder or bad quality of DVD media, or disc finalization was accidentally interrupted.
A new version of software offers the updated Scan UDF Disc option. The program now tries to restore an original file tree from each folder found on UDF disc. The plain list of found objects (files and folders) can be also displayed for detailed analysis. Users of Windows 7 can find the updated UDF Reader for Blu-ray discs.
The product costs $39.00(US) for a personal license. Business licenses and volume discounts are available. You can download a free evaluation version of software on the web at http://www.cdroller.com
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