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3 Steps: How to Recover Deleted or Lost Webcam Videos on Mac

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Accidental deletion is one of the main reasons for webcam videos loss. But fortunately, there is an efficient way to recover deleted Webcam Videos on Mac. Now we'll introduce how to recover deleted or lost webcam videos on Mac using the best Webcam Video Recovery software for Mac.

Common Reasons for Webcam Video Loss on Mac

Accidentally delete webcam videos.

Format the computer disk or hard drive.

Corrupt memory cards, hard drives; USB drives.

Malicious applications installed on your Mac computer or Virus attack.

Webcam Videos deleted by third-party tools.

Crashed operating system or sudden power failure causes Webcam Videos loss.

You emptied trash.

Damaged or dead/crashed hard disks/drives and Webcam Video lost.

Webcam Video was missing from lost partitions.

Overview of Webcam Video Recovery for Mac

Mac Any Data Recovery Pro is the top reliable Mac Webcam Video Recovery tool which can recover Webcam videos due to accidental deletion, virus infection, formatting of the drive, sudden power cut, computer crash and other reasons. Webcam Video Recovery for Mac supports all kinds of video formats (AVI, EXE, MEGP, MOV, MP4, M4V, MKV, ASF, FLV, SWF, MPG, RM/RMVB, etc.) from multiple types of webcams and camera (Nest, Blink, CCTV, HD DVR, IP cameras, video surveillance devices, car camera/recorder, etc.).

3 Steps: How to Recover Deleted or Lost Webcam Videos on Mac by Using Webcam Video Recovery for Mac

Free Download For macOS 10.6 and above

Step 1: Download, install and launch the Mac Webcam Video Recovery. Select Recover Video option and click the Starting button.

Step 2: Select the disk partition where you lost your Webcam videos, then click the Scanning button to start finding the lost webcam videos.

Step 3: After the scanning process, you can preview all the recoverable Webcam videos. Check and choose the webcam videos you want to get back, and then click the Recovering button to save them to a secure location on your Mac or an external storage device.