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Windows 7: How to repairing video files?


17 Dec 2013   #1

windows 7 32-bit
 
 
How to repairing video files?

Hello mates,

I have a corrupted micro SD card. With huge trying I could to recover it's data using **recuva** tool, but now my files are corrupted also. They are video file with some famous extensions such as 3gp, mp4, flv, wmv, avi. My video file players are *VLC* and *Media player classic*. The *media player classic* says, "can not render the file" and *VLC* doesn't show anything.

Is there a way to repair these video files?

Thanks.

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17 Dec 2013   #2

Windows 7 Home Premium
 
 
My thoughts

Hi.

I've used DivFix++ to repair .avi movies on a fairly regular basis but all it can really do is to strip out the bad parts and also strip/ rebuild the index. Chances are that a corrupt can't be repaired.

http://www.divfix.org/

Your best bet is to try other recovery software but if the data was corrupted by unsafe removal of the SD card then you won't get the clean data from the card.
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07 Jan 2014   #3

windows 64 bit
 
 

Thanks for the sharing information about other products..As here is a best solution Remo Repair software that has the potential to repair video files severely corrupted due to abrupt removal of SD card.
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