Aero Quartet releases Treasured 1.5 - Helps Recover Corrupt Movie Files

February 23, 2009 in Multimedia (E)

[] Cerdanyola de Valles, Spain - Aero Quartet has released version 1.5 of Treasured, a free application for the Mac that is able to diagnose and preview corrupt movie files. Video Professionals can now check whether an unplayable file still contains the precious footage and is repairable, immediately on their computer.

Treasured integrates with Aero Quartet's Movie Repair Service. A repair request containing all relevant information can be sent in minutes, and the repair delivered in a few hours, saving a lot of time to professionals.

Based on diagnostic and information filled by user, Treasured provides a quotation for the repair. Aero Quartet technicians start working on a customized solution that can be delivered either through file download, or through a Repair Kit, a program to run on customer's own computer. Current track record is above 90% success rate in a 48 hours turn-around time.

New version 1.5 extends and improves the detection and preview of video formats: DVCPro HD, DVCPro50, HDV, Intermediate, XDCAM, ProRes422, DV, H264, MPEG1, MPEG2, MPEG4, JPEG. Furthermore, a wide range of file containers are supported: MXF, QuickTime mov, DV, and more.

Treasured uses encrypted data transfer to guarantee user's privacy. For extremely sensitive footage, an "Absolute Privacy" option allows damaged movies to be repaired without being transfered to or seen by Aero Quartet technicians.

Treasured is free and runs on Mac OS X 10.4 and higher.

Aero Quartet was founded in 2005 in Barcelona, Spain by Benoit Joossen. Our charter is to create useful software for the Macinstosh platform. "The major software companies have already filled the space with their big software suites. But you don't fill a box only with big stones, you also need lots of pebbles. As a small developer, I want to craft some of those pebbles, indeed I want them to be gem stones !" Copyright 2005-2009 Aero Quartet. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, and Mac are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.


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