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One of my favorite apps. Just works. I can watch almost any video on my TV without iTunes
Just extracted audio from .flv to .mp3 with 1.x version (it was 1.4.3), then updated to current 2.1.0 version. After update downloaded FFMpeg extension (asked by app) and tried same flv-mp3 conversion (with exact the same source file). Now i see incompatibility message of .flv file and can not convert it to mp3. Very strange....
Just extracted audio from .flv to .mp3 with 1.x version (1.0.8 it was i guess), then updated to current 2.1.0 version. After update downloaded FFMpeg extension (asked by app) and tried same flv-mp3 conversion (with exact the same source file). Now i see incompatibility message of .flv file and can not convert it to mp3. Very strange....
I like this little app. Very easy to install and operate. But i did not see any difference in video resolution size. Tried both - minimal size and maximum - did not see any difference at all. File size is the same and the picture is the same. Tried with Built-in FaceTime HD Camera on Retina MAcBook Pro
I've tried many software before i found Mac Data Recovery Guru. Many other software can recover photo, audio and video files and they do their job just fine but i've searched for some specific software to recover my work sessions. I'm a professional arranger and i've lost all my data in one minute due to WD driver's error described here: http://community.wd.com/t5/News-Announcements/External-Drives-for-Mac-Experiencing-Data-Loss-with-Maverick-OS/m-p/613777#M379 I have to say, it was the only problem for ~4 years with this External HDD and i had no problems with it until Mavericks update. All software i found was useless for my purposes. After some additional searches i found 2 apps with possibility of restoring .lso files from Logic Pro (and many others formats, of course). It was Mac Data Recovery Guru and one more app from iSkySoft. I've tried both of them but iSkySoft's app did not find any .lso files, so it was useless for me, too. And only Mac Data Recovery Guru found almost all of my working sessions. Of course, they did not have the right names but Logic Pro can open it and it's most important for me. This software saved me a lot of time and money. Many thanks to Ben from app's support team. He helped me a lot, too. I have to say, searching 2Tb RAID HDD connected to FireWire800 takes a lot of time (about 24 hours) and one feature which will be very helpful is saving and opening a list of scanned and found files (Disk Drill have this possibility, for example) because if you disconnect your HDD and then reconnect it again you need to search from beginning. I did not found this feature. This software is highly recommended for pro-users who did not have a backup (you can find a list of supported formats on developer's page) and for all other users who needs to recover files from reformatted or deleted partitions and drives
No support for Logic Pro X yet and i have to update my story. After listing and opening all my restored .lso files i found only Logic 8 and earlier. All my work made on Logic 9 was lost. Mac Guru did not find them unfortunately. I hope, the developer will update this nice app with modern versions of Logic's Pro files.