How to Recover Lost Video Files with DMDE and Edit Them with EDIUS 7
If you are a video editor, you know how frustrating it can be to lose your precious video files due to accidental deletion, formatting, corruption, or virus attack. Fortunately, there is a powerful tool that can help you recover your lost video files and edit them with ease. It is called DMDE (DM Disk Editor and Data Recovery Software) [^1^].
DMDE is a software that can recover data from any storage device, such as hard disks, flash drives, memory cards, etc. It can scan your device for lost partitions, files, and folders, and display them in a tree-like structure. You can preview the files before recovery and select the ones you want to restore. DMDE can also repair file systems, edit disk parameters, clone disks, and more.
Once you have recovered your video files with DMDE, you can edit them with EDIUS 7 [^2^], a professional video editing software that supports more formats and more resolutions than any other software. EDIUS 7 can handle 4K, 3D, HD, SD, and almost any format from 24x24 to 4Kx2K. You can edit in real-time, apply effects, transitions, titles, and more. EDIUS 7 is the perfect finishing tool for documentaries, movies, commercials, and any other video production.
In this article, we will show you how to recover lost video files with DMDE and edit them with EDIUS 7 in a few simple steps.
Step 1: Download and Install DMDE
You can download DMDE for Windows from its official website [^1^]. The free edition allows you to recover up to 4000 files in one session. If you need more features or unlimited recovery, you can purchase a license for the standard or professional edition.
After downloading the DMDE installer file, run it and follow the instructions to install the software on your computer. You will need administrator rights to install DMDE.
Step 2: Launch DMDE and Select Your Device
After installing DMDE, launch it from the Start menu or the desktop shortcut. You will see a window with a list of devices connected to your computer. Select the device that contains your lost video files and click OK.
If your device is not detected by DMDE, make sure it is properly connected and powered on. You may also need to enable USB debugging mode on your device if it is an Android phone or tablet.
Step 3: Scan Your Device for Lost Partitions and Files
DMDE will scan your device for lost partitions and files. This may take some time depending on the size and condition of your device. You can see the progress of the scan at the bottom of the window.
When the scan is completed, you will see a list of partitions and folders on your device. The ones marked with red are deleted or damaged. You can expand them to see their contents.
Step 4: Preview and Recover Your Video Files
To preview a file before recovery, select it and click on the Preview button at the top of the window. You will see a preview of the file in a new window. You can also play the video file if it is supported by DMDE.
To recover a file or a folder, select it and click on the Recover button at the top of the window. You will be asked to choose a destination folder where you want to save the recovered files. Make sure you do not save them on the same device where they were lost.
You can also select multiple files or folders by holding down the Ctrl key while clicking on them. To select all files or folders in a partition or folder, click on the Select All button at the top of the window.
Step 5: Edit Your Video Files with EDIUS 7
After recovering your video files with DMDE, you can edit them with EDIUS 7. You can download EDIUS 7 from its official website [^2^]. You will need a ec8f644aee