Check out some options how vdata files might be converted to jpeg format.
Without Vaulty, the program that produces .vdata files in first place, it is not that easy for common user to recover their pictures (often saved in JPEG format) or other files that were secured by the utility.
If you are certain that your .vdata file is or contains JPEG images, there exists a workaround that can help you recover your images. This requires at least basic knowledge of HEX editors however, and should not be done by someone inexperienced.
- to be extra sure, make copy of your .vdata files so you do not lose data if something goes wrong
- install a HEX editor (google for it) and open your .vdata file
- look for "obscured" text inside the file when you open it with HEX editor and delete the word
- save the file and rename the extension from .vdata to .jpg
And that should be enough to make your picture working again.
Updated: January 27, 2017
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