AVS File Recovery

AVS is a video file standard stands for Application Visualization System File. This format is developed by Application Visualization System Inc. and it is considered as a very high quality video file format. AVS files are post production video files produced from Video editing software. Professionally it is mostly used in video editing tools as it contains rich audio video details. The goal of an AVS file is to automate functions including cutting and resizing video file pixels, brightness adjusting, and audio dubbing without taking the temporary files. The AVS file is widely used in video game producing industry as it is able to reproduce a life like graphics on user’s console.

Unlike other common video formats, AVS files are not for end users but that are meant for high end users working in video editing industry. That’s why AVS file holds great importance. If someone wants to play AVS files in Windows, first it needs codec to be installed in your OS unlike other common video file that are easily playable with Windows Media Player but it can be played on Mac with Quick Time player without installing any new codec. In case AVS file is deleted or lost, it will become a major disaster as it contains huge amount of graphically processed data which are not so easy to produce. But in such a condition AVS file recovery is still possible go on reading to find out more...

Some of reasons behind AVS file Loss:

  • Accidental deletion: Most of the time this type of situation arises when user deletes files accidentally. Removing files in bunch usually leads to this type of situations. Also Shift + Delete and Command + Delete operations are responsible behind such a problem.
  • Formatting: In case user formats the drive containing the AVS files, either due to certain reason or accidentally leads to AVS file loss.
  • Transferring: During a transfer process from one storage drive to another storage drive, failure due to any reason may cause loss of AVS files.

How to recover AVS files?

It is possible to retrieve AVS file from all of the above mentioned scenarios. After losing AVS files ensure that no new write operation being carried out on that storage which contains your lost or deleted AVS file to perform AVS file recovery. As new write operations increases the chances of overwriting. With iTunes Recovery Software you can recover AVS files back after performing a delete operation. This software contains inbuilt signature to recognize the AVS files without having any index entry in file system to get back AVS files. With the help of this software, you can recover deleted .m4a files along with 300 different type of file formats. This software is very easy to use and comes with a user friendly interface. You just need to perform a simple scan to retrieve AVS files. You can use this software on both Mac OS X Lion and Mac OS X Leopard for AVS file recovery. Apart from AVS file recovery by using this software you can even retrieve deleted videos on both Mac and Windows OS.

Note: Don't forget about the relevance of this tool in recovering iTunes media library which has lost due to various reasons. You can get back iTunes library files which are lost due to even computer crash using this software. Got confused? Just visit the following page. http://itunesrecoverysoftware.com/library-after-computer-crash.html

Steps to recover AVS files on Mac:

Download and install iTunes Recovery Software in your computer to retrieve AVS files.

Step1: Launce software, click on "Recover Photos" option among the three options appearing in the main screen

AVS File Recovery - Main Screen

Figure 1: Main Screen

Step2: Select one option from "Recover Deleted Photos" and "Recover Lost Photos". Soon after that you need to select the drive from which you need to retrieve AVS files and then click on "Next".

Recover AVS File - select drive

Figure 2: Select hard drive

Step3:Select "Preview" to retrieve data along with their respective details once the scanning process is completed

Restore AVS File - preview

Figure 3: Preview screen

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