Backing up our data is a necessary practice. One of the most versatile formats for backing up our data is the DVD , but these pose the problem of degradation over time of the same, as well as possible mishaps such as scratches, falls, etc.. after which they usually do not go very well.
TrueDisc is optical media archiving software that promises data recovery from discs with a high degree of damage (up to 90% damage is claimed on the web). TrueDisc uses a “patent-pending” algorithm that allows information reconstruction. In addition, one of the copies generated by the program is in standard format ISO 9660 , so you don’t have to use TrueDisc to recover the information.
For example, if we want to make a backup of the photos we have in iPhoto , nothing better than saving them on a few DVDs. If we are also guaranteed the recovery of the data, better than better. TrueDisc is a universal binary and its launch price is $52 for a limited time (the actual price is $89).