Media File Data Recovery
Seattle Data Recovery rebuilds hard drives to recover images, videos, audio, drawings, and project files for media companies and individuals. Our professional media recovery services use tools and software to rebuild damaged disks from dead computers. Your media folders, file structure, and individual files are still on your hard drive or SSD waiting to be recovered.
Recover Adobe Photoshop Files and Data
Recover Photoshop (PSD) files
Seattle Data Recover recovers Photoshop format (PSD) with all Photoshop features intact. Seattle Data Recovery restores PSD files from Adobe products and other Adobe applications, such as Adobe Illustrator, Adobe InDesign, Adobe Premiere, Adobe After Effects, and Adobe GoLive. We recover the complete PSD files and preserve many Photoshop features. Seattle Data Recovery restores PSDs with maximized file compatibility. Our data recovery technicians recover layered images in the file so it can be read by other applications, including previous versions of Photoshop. Our data recovery process maintains the appearance of your original image documents. Recover PSD files with 16-bits-per-channel and high dynamic range (HDR) 32-bits-per-channel images.
Recover Photoshop 2.0 files Recover Mac OS images from Photoshop 2.0 or an application supporting Photoshop 2.0 files. Photoshop 2.0 format discards layer information. Recover Photoshop DCS 1.0 and 2.0 files Recover Desktop Color Separations (DCS) files and EPS files with color separations of CMYK images.
- Recover images containing spot channels.
- Recover images made for PostScript printers.
- Recover Photoshop EPS files Recover Encapsulated PostScript (EPS) files.
- Recover vector and bitmap graphics used by all graphics, illustration, and page-layout programs.
- Recover EPS files used to transfer PostScript artwork between applications.
- Recover EPS files containing vector graphics, raster images, vector graphics, and pixels.
- Recover EPS files with Lab, CMYK, RGB, Indexed Color, Duotone, Grayscale, and Bitmap color modes.
- Recover EPS files with clipping paths. Recover Desktop Color Separations (DCS) format.
- Recover color separations of CMYK images. Recover DCS 2.0 images containing spot channels.
- Recover EPS files made for PostScript printers.
- Recover Photoshop formats EPS, TIFF, and PICT saved in file formats that create previews.
- Recover EPS TIFF format and EPS PICT files from earlier versions of Photoshop.
- Recover Photoshop Raw files used to transfer images between applications and computer platforms.
- Recover CMYK, RGB, and grayscale images with alpha channels, and multichannel. Recover Lab images without alpha channels.
- Recover Documents saved in the Photoshop Raw format with pixel or file size.
- Recover Photoshop Raw files with streams of bytes describing the color information in the image.
- Recover each pixel described in binary format, with 0 representing black and 255 white (for images with 16‑bit channels, the white value is 65535).
- Recover Photoshop files with channels needed to describe the image, plus any additional channels in the image.
- Recover file extension (Windows), file type (Mac OS), file creator (Mac OS), and header information.
- Recover the four-character ID that identifies the file—for example, TEXT identifies the file as an ASCII text file.
- Recover files with a unique file creator ID that is registered with the Apple Computer Developer Services group.
- Recover header parameters that specify how many bytes of information appear in the file before actual image information begins.
- Recover zeroes inserted at the beginning of the file as placeholders. By default, there is no header (header size = 0). Recover headers.
- Recover files without headers.
- Recover files with headers created by file-editing programs, such as HEdit (Windows) or Norton Utilities (Mac OS), to replace the zeroes with header information.
- Recover Adobe Photoshop files in the interleaved or non-interleaved format.
- Recover image files with the color values stored sequentially.
- Recover Digital Negative (DNG) files. Digital Negative (DNG) files contain raw image data from a digital camera. Recover metadata that defines what the raw data means. Recover DNG, Adobe’s archival format, and raw file format.
Recover Audio Files and Data
- Recover Popular Audio Formats MP3 Recover MP3 (MPEG-1 Audio Layer III) files.
- Recover MP3 files from most devices and files as small as one-tenth the size of lossless files.
- Recover Advanced Audio Coding, or AAC files (also known as MPEG-4 AAC).
- Recover AAC files used for streaming, especially over mobile devices.
- Recover AAC format from iTunes/Apple Music, YouTube, and Android.
- Recover Ogg Vorbis audio codecs from Spotify.
Recover Popular Video Formats
- Recover MP4 (MPEG-4) files from damaged hard drives. MP4 the most common type of video file format. Apple’s preferred format, MP4 can play on most other devices.
- Recover videos for YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
- Recover MOV (QuickTime Movie) files from dead computers.
- Recover high-quality video, audio, and effects from large files.
- Recover video from QuickTime Player by Apple, or MOV files from QuickTime for Windows.
- Recover MOV files from Facebook and YouTube.
- Recover WMV (Windows Media Viewer) files.
- Recover good video quality and large file sizes.
- Recover WMV files for Windows Media Player.
- Recover AVI (Audio Video Interleave) files.
- Recover AVI files from Windows, Mac, and Linux machines.
- Recover the highest quality AVI files with large file sizes.
- Recover Advanced Video Coding High Definition files for high-definition video.
- Recover files for Panasonic and Sony digital camcorders.
- Recover compressed files without losing definition
- Recover Flash video formats FLV, F4V, and SWF (Shockwave Flash).
- Recover Flash Video files for Flash Player.
- Recover Matroska Multimedia Container format.
- Recover every codec supported by any program.
- Recover video to be viewed on a TV or computer using an open-source media player like VLC or Miro.
- Recover formats for videos embedded on your personal or business website.
- Recover MPEG-2 with H.262 codecs.
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