SalvationDATA claimed to have released its video file recovery equipment-SDII-9000 which has Video Data Recovery As One Of Its Key Modules.
SDII-9000 video data recovery module combines three major specific technologies for video data security and emergency recovery modules: server crash recovery module, video search and recovery module, damaged hardware recovery module, and three innovative technologies, like Smart Searchable Recovery (SSR), Bad Sectors Analysis & Extraction (BSAE), and Universal Video Server Recovery (UVSR).
SDII-9000 video data recovery module provides the rapid positioning and smart recovery technology, which can recover the deleted video data by providing certain time or period or other search parameters, accurate to seconds, at the mean time, for the specified file or time streaming media file recovery, even if the file header or footer is damaged, it can also be recovered independently. Almost all kind of video file formats are supported including AVI, WMV, MPEG,MKV, RM, RMVB, MOV, OGG, MOD, MP4, M4V, ASF, ASX, MPE, MPG, DAT, VOB, etc.
Video files are one of the most important files people care to save and recover after an accidental loss. Video files can be lost due to accidental deletion, format, virus attack, malicious deletion, error storage media reading or writing, storage device corruption or damage or other unknown failures.
There’re many so called ‘video file recovery software or tools’ in the market but most are actually common standard data recovery software or tools, they support only common standard file systems. But for video files, they’re stored both in standard and non-standard file systems. Professional video recovery hardware solution such as SDII-9000 support FAT16, FAT32, NTFS, NTFS4.0, EXT2, 3, 4, HFS, HFS+, DHFS+, DHFS3.0 and other wider range of video file systems. SDII-9000 is also the world’s only video data recovery hardware.
SDII-9000 plays one important role not only in recovering lost video files from personal PCs, but more from various kind of video monitoring system, video storage servers with build-in SAS/SCSI drives, DV recorders, etc. It comes as the first choice of computer forensic investigators and law enforcement to fight against crimes.
However, until now, we haven’t heard any news about the actual use and efficiency of this tool, waiting to see if anyone who might order it and share the experience with us.