DVDFab Unveils 2 New Streamlined Media Repair Tools

DVDFab has published 2 new media repair tools as of today – DVDFab Media Recover for DVD and DVDFab Media Recover for Blu-ray – that enable users to repair damaged or corrupted drives, media files and file structures.

Beijing, China - September 20, 2020 /MarketersMedia/ —

DVDFab has published 2 new media repair tools as of today – DVDFab Media Recover for DVD and DVDFab Media Recover for Blu-ray – that enable users to repair damaged or corrupted drives, media files and file structures.

2 Easy-to-use Media Repair Tools Released by DVDFab

Damage to digital files paths during the course of normal use is unavoidable, but that doesn’t mean users’ files need to be lost forever. As more and more people have come to rely on the integrity of their digital backups, and more and more information is stored on hard disks and NAS, any errors that affect playback of media files carry a greater significance. As such, DVDFab has developed two software versions to repair damaged media.

DVDFab Media Recover’s easy-to-use interface enables quick finding and repairing of damaged media files and folder sources, allowing users to choose which files to repair and generating a report upon completion.

Media Recover for DVD and Media Recover for Blu-ray allow users to choose from 3 scan and repair modes: Quick Scan, Deep Scan and Custom Scan. All 3 modes check and repair originals and copies of DVD, BD and UHD ISO and folder sources.

When users choose Quick Scan, Media Recover scans the most essential parts of the target files and detects issues quickly. Quick Scan checks if the file directory structure is intact, and ensures that the most common issues are addressed. These include checking if the playlist or index files have been damaged, as well as whether Java protection has been removed.

A Deep Scan may be of the most overall benefit to users, as it conducts a more thorough overall scan that takes longer to run. On top of the Quick Scan process, Deep Scan also runs an in-depth check on file viewability and playability, such as for M2TS and VOB files, among others.

Unlike Quick Scans and Deep Scans, which can be set to run at regular intervals, Custom Scan mode allows you to conduct a one-off scan targeting the folders or file paths you want. Once you select the target folders, Custom Scan runs the same checks as a Quick Scan, checking the file directory structure, playlist and index files, and Java protection.

The software also comes with features to ensure scanning and repairing efficiency, security, and dependability. These include a scheduling feature that automatically runs scans in the background; a feature that skips small files to focus on larger files for damage detection; and a feature that makes a copy of your original file before it’s repaired.

About DVDFab

DVDFab.cn, a professional multimedia software provider, has been dedicated to working on software such as DVD cloner, DVD copy, Blu-ray Copy, UHD Copy, DVD Ripper, DVD/Blu-ray conversion, UHD Ripper, video converter, DVD creator, Blu-ray creator, UHD creator, and Blu-ray media player, and more for more than 15 years under its well-known DVDFab software banner. It has more than 80 million global users.

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Name: Frank Chang
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Organization: DVDFab Software
Address: Beijing, China
Phone: +86-10-84913343
Website: https://www.dvdfab.cn/

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