Stellar Photo Recovery is a do-it-yourself software for Mac users that restores lost or deleted photos, videos, podcasts, music, and other audio recordings. You can recover your photos and videos shot with any DSLR, GoPro, smartphone, iPhone, drone, CCTV or dash cam etc.
It restores the lost media files from the Disk Image created from SSDs, Mac drives, iPods, Flash Cards, Mini Disks, Zip Disks, SD cards, pen drives, and CD/DVD etc.
The easy-to-use software has a simple 3-step recovery process — Create & Load Image, Scan Media, and Recover. The software can scan and recover from Volume Image, APFS Container Image and Hard Drive Images created from Mac’s Disk Utility.
The software supports recovery from formatted & corrupt drives, volumes, SD cards, and other media. You can get back your deleted pictures and videos with their original quality intact.
**Simple & user-friendly interface
**Recovers from any device – hard drive, SD card, Camera or any other storage media
**Restores files with original name & date timestamp
**Recovers RAW camera file formats
** ‘Deep Scan’ for better results
** Save Scan Information & Resume Recovery
** Multi-language support - English, German, French, Italian & Spanish
** Lifetime License
**Compatible with latest Mojave 10.14, 10.13, 10.12, 10.11, 10.10, 10.9, 10.8 & 10.7
Common formats supported:
** Photo format support: JPEG, TIFF, PSD PSP, INDD, JP2, PCT, PNG, GIF, BMP, and many more
** Video format support: ASF, MP4, MOV, AVI, AJP, F4V, SVI, TOD, VID, HDMOV, M4V, MPEG, and many more
** Audio format support: ACD, AIFF, AMR, AT3, AU, CAFF, DSS, IFF, M4A, M4P, MIDI, MP3, and many more
How to use Stellar Photos Recovery for Mac?
1. Create Disk Image of the Hard Drive/ APFS Container/ memory card etc., from which you lost the media files on your Mac using Disk Utility function
2. Launch the software on your Mac
3. Load the Disk Image (.dmg file) in the software
4. Click ‘Scan’ followed by ‘Recover’
How to create Disk Image of the Hard Drive/ APFS Container/ memory card & other media?
1. Open Disk Utility app on your Mac, follow ‘File’ > ‘New Image’, then choose ‘Image from Folder’
2. Select the required folder or connected device and click ‘Open’
3. Unmount the Volumes of source hard drive, enter filename and location to save the image file
4. In the format popup choose: read/write, Encryption: None.
5. Click ‘Save’ and ‘Done’
Processor: Intel Core i3 or better
Operating System: Mac OS X 10.7 and above
Memory: minimum 2 GB RAM, recommended 4GB
Hard Disk: 200 MB of free space
Languages Available in: English, French, German, Italian, Spanish