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Requirements: Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard (64-bit), Lion 10.7 (64-bit)


How To Repair Movie Files?

A movie file has a special file format that contains multiple tracks for storing different kinds of media. A movie file stores media data in separate tracks and also stores an abstract data reference in another file. The ability of Movie files to contain abstract data references make it easy to edit them without rewriting entire media data. Movie files are compatible with both Mac and Windows computers. Sometimes movie files are not playable with any of the video file playing programs. This may happens due to various reasons like header corruption, spyware attack, incorrect compressing of Movie files, etc.

Causes of Movie file corruption or damage:

Damaged File Header: Header contains detail like size of file, date of creation and modification of the file. If the header of a movie file is broken as a consequence of improper download or some sort of corruption in your Mac hard drive then the movie file gets damaged.

Improper compression: By compressing large movie files, its possible to reduce the disk space occupied by those files. Also, it is easy to attach and send a compressed file through an e-mail. Movie file may get corrupted if the compression process is not performed properly.

Interruption during file transfer: Movie files may get corrupted if there is an interruption during the transfer of files from one system to another due to sudden power surges or some other reason. In case, if DSLR MOV video file get corrupted due to error in file transfer then you can refer this link to repair DSLR MOV video file: http://www.repairmov.com/repair-dslr-mov-file.html

Virus infection: Virus or malware infection damage the essential parts and structure of Movie files present in the hard disk of your computer.

Faulty camcorder firmware: If you make use of a camcorder with a firmware that is faulty to capture the videos & pictures, then the captured movie file gets corrupted.

In case of minimal damage, you can use any free file repair tool. But if your movie file is damaged severely, then to repair those file do not use any free software, because it may further harm your Movie file. In such situations, it is always better to make use of some expert utility to repair movie files. MOV file repair tool is one of the most trusted & efficient software that can repair Movie files of any size and also the one that are compressed to save the disk space. A smart solution to fix damaged or corrupted MOV file that refuse to play after FFMPEG error. This repair tool reads the source of corrupted file and extracts both audio & video streams then, repairs these streams and adjoins them to place in a newly created Movie file that is free of any type of corruption. Thus, no further damage to the source Movie file.

Requirements: Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard (64-bit), Lion 10.7 (64-bit)

Apart from Movie files, this tool helps to repair damaged MP4 files which are not playable on QuickTime. The software can effectively fix damaged MOV on iPhone. It also provides an option to preview the repaired file before saving which helps to evaluate the software. This utility can be comfortably used to repair unplayable movie file on MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, iMac and various Macintosh machines.

Below are the steps to guide you in repairing the corrupt Movie files:

Step a: Click “Open” to select the Movie file for repair process, and then click “Repair” as illustrated in Fig a.

Repair Corrupt MOV File - Open Corrupt MOV File to Repair

Fig a: Open Corrupt MOV File

Requirements: Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard (64-bit), Lion 10.7 (64-bit)

Step b: The repair process gets initialized and progress can be viewed, as shown in Fig b.

Repair Corrupt MOV File - Scan Process in progress

Fig b: File Repair Process Details

Step c: Select “Preview repaired file” to preview the file before saving it using “Save repaired file”, as shown in Fig c.

Repair Corrupt MOV File - Preview Repaired Mov File

Fig c: Preview Mov File

Requirements: Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard (64-bit), Lion 10.7 (64-bit)