Digital Media Doctor
Digital Media Doctor
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Digital Media Doctor for Mac3.20.6

27 September 2020

Flash Card diagnostics tool.

What is Digital Media Doctor for Mac

Digital Media Doctor is a Flash Card diagnostics tool for Pro and Amateur Photographers.

Compatible with all camera formats from Digital Backs to Point-and-Shoot, it diagnoses and fixes the most common issues with the lifeblood of the digital photographer - the Digital Memory card! Featuring innovative algorithms, Digital Media Doctor gives you the ability to test, benchmark and report on nearly all types of removable digital media to determine the integrity of the digital media you’re using. The simple to use interface makes it easy to diagnose your media with just a few mouse clicks.

Digital Media Doctor works with most USB, FireWire or other Digital Media readers and can test the removable digital media from Palm Pilots, Digital Cameras and Camcorders, MP3 players, Digital Recorders and other digital media devices.

Diagnostic Tests and Benchmarks:
  • Sequential Read
  • Random Access Read
  • Butterfly Read
  • Sequential Write
  • Random Access Write
  • Butterfly Write
Repair Features:
  • Backup
  • Wipe
  • Format
  • Restore

What's new in Digital Media Doctor

Version 3.20.6:
  • Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.

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App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • Intel 32
  • Mac OS X 10.5.0 or later
License: 
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