Windows Photos: “It looks like we don’t support this file format.” The first thing you need to check is if other photo viewers can actually open the file. For example try the ‘old’ Windows Photo Viewer or a third party photo viewer. If those fail to open the photo as well, the file may be… Read More »
In this blogpost we’ll look at: A good JPEG as point of reference JPEG header corruption and how to repair Header + part of image data damaged and repair Corruption in JPEG image data resulting in visual anomalies JPEGs beyond repair that no one likes to hear about First things first, what is repair and… Read More »
Observation: YouTube videos and ‘honey-pot’ articles on Stellar and Wondershare website addressing the issue of grey blocks in, or half grey photos. Example: In the video we watch the miracle happen, and a few clicks later the files are repaired. Well, let me tell you, that I have tried the same with numerous files and… Read More »
JpegDigger features a JPEG repair option. What is this and what can it do? Repair will not per se result in a perfect image. It can however repair JPEGs to a degree where they can be opened and viewed, including their flaws. JPEG structure Let’s first look at how a JPEG file is organized internally.… Read More »
At the time I was researching JPEG repair some years ago, I purchased a license for JPEG Recovery Pro from ‘hketech.com‘ mainly because of it’s JPEG Recovery Editor. I got version 6.1. Recently I noticed an update to version 6.2 was available, however it appears they removed the editor now while I was hoping for… Read More »
JPEG-Repair Toolkit Dude, can my JPEGs be repaired? “can I repair corrupted JPEG files or other photos?” is a question I get asked many times a week. Or, the variant “I ran your tool JPEG-Repair, but it does not repair my photos.”. Or, “I recovered deleted JPEG files but they are all corrupt and can… Read More »
How can I repair corrupted JPEG files? And Google’s useless results. I have stated this before and I’ll do it again: Google Search sucks. To illustrate my point I’d like to show result for the query: “How can I repair corrupted JPEG files?” Google returns useless results at the top and even endorses them in… Read More »
[automatically translated. Original language Dutch] DiskTuna has extensive experience with generic data recovery but specializes in recovering photos from small flash-based data carriers (SD cards, USB thumb drives, etc.). DiskTuna is also one of the few (worldwide!) That is able to repair corrupt digital photos. You can read all about it on this page. You… Read More »
Case study, Story goes like: Accidentally deleted some pictures. Recovered them but they’re corrupted. Anyway to fix it? “I used Recuva to recover a good chunk of my pictures that were deleted but it seems that even though the file was recovered I can’t view its contents? Any program that helps with this? They were… Read More »
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