So you just hit the delete button on your Canon camera, or formatted the memory card in Canon camera, only to find that a batch of precious videos are yet to be transferred?
You don't need to panic, as you can retrieve those lost videos, provided that you use the right Canon video recovery software and follow the right steps.
In this article, we're going to show you how to "undelete" Canon or "unformat" the card and help you pull back the lost video files.
Note: there isn't a button or function in Canon that enables you to undo such operation, but you can use the techniques we're introducing below to recover your Canon files.
The best way to recover deleted videos from a Canon camera is to use a professional video recovery software. Download it from
Canon Video Recovery
The Canon video recovery software supports all Canon camera models such as PowerShot G1/SX30/SX150/A1200, EOS 60D/50D/60D/5D/7D/Rebel T3/Rebel T3i, IXUS 220/230/1100, etc. The software also supports a range of file formats including not only common image formats like JPG (JPEG), PNG, TIFF, but Canon RAW photo formats such as CR2, CRW.
Here's the step by step tutorial you can follow
Step 1: Get Asoftech Data Recovery and install the software on your computer. Now connect your Canon camera (memory card) to the computer via a USB cable or a card reader.
Note: if your memory card is full-size, insert it directly into the card adapter on your computer.
Step 2: Open the recovery software you've just installed. Click 'Start' to initialize a scanning procedure.
Step 3: Preview and recover the found images. When the scan is complete (you can also pause the process manually), preview the thumbnails of those videos to evaluate whether they are the ones you deleted. Then click the Recover button to save the files to a desired destination.
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