Paul Lin
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Paul7 reviewed on 29 Feb 2012
Just Works!! Tested on a MBP running 10.7
[Version 2.8]



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Paul7 reviewed on 03 Apr 2011
I had some .mpg files on a camcorder (Sony Handycam DCR-SR42) that had disappeared. Disk Drill originally couldn't detect the files. However, the developer personally worked with me and was able to update their program so that it could detect the file! I was able to successfully recover all the missing files.

The program is pricey compared to other recovery programs out there, and in my view, the free version is basically worthless except for the most basic of recoveries, but the Pro version works well and was easy to use.
[Version 1.2.97]



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paul7 reviewed on 20 Nov 2007
I was considering buying this program because it was featured by MacUpdate Promo and the videos on their website looked awesome. Thank goodness I tested this program before buying it. I can't comment on how good of a job it does, because after numerous attempts, I could not get the program to work!

First off, the program is not easy to figure out. After playing with it for awhile, I gave up and turned to the quick start guide. Mistake. The quick start guide refers to menu items that do NOT exist! Furthermore, the help file is incorrect as carefully following its instructions does not lead you to the outcome stated in the help file. My file would initially process, but the output file could not be found anywhere, and the preview does not work. Because it takes 20 minutes to process a 2 minute clip on a Mac Pro, (which seems like a long time to me, esp. as it doesn't appear to fully utilize the CPU power) trying this software wasted a lot of my time.

If you expect a software to be intuitive to use, (especially as a mac program) then you should avoid iStabilize!

Note: This was tested on Leopard.
[Version 2.2.2]



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