With File Juicer you can: Extract images from a PowerPoint slide show. Extract images from PDF files. Recover images from erased flash cards Recover video and audio clips from erased flash cards (AVI, MOV, MPG, MP3 or WMV). Recover text from damaged files Extract the images and html files in Safari's cache. Extract attachments from email archives. Extract Flash animations saved in .EXE files. Convert zip files which have been saved as .exe files to zip. Extract the JPEG pictures from Canon's RAW files. Juicer doesn't care what type file you drop onto it, it searches the entire file byte by byte. If it finds a JPEG, PNG, GIF, PDF, BMP, WMF, EMF, PICT, TIFF, Flash, Zip, HTML, WAV, AVI, MOV, MPG, MP3, WMV or text file inside, it can save it to your desktop or to another folder you choose. Limits Mac OS 10.2.8 required. More about how File Juicer works in the User Guide. Flash card image and video recovery requires that Finder can see it. AVI, MOV, MPG, MP3 and WMV's are extracted if the file contain the start signature of those formats. You must check that extracted files are valid, with other applications like QuickTime Player or VLC. How to use File Juicer Drop files or folders on File Juicer and it will extract the images. Like "Stuffit Expander". For more info and tips - see the single page User Guide & ReadMe.
|File Size||523.44 kB|
|Operating System||Mac OS X 10.2 Macintosh Mac OS X 10.3|