While downloading an AVI media file over the internet, there are slight changes you download a broken file or the file gets corrupted while downloading. In either of the cases the AVI file doesn’t play properly or it is sometimes completely inaccessible. In such situations, when the file is played using VLC media player, the VLC automatically detects these errors and provides an option to temporarily repair the AVI index by building an index in memory. Sometimes while performing this repair action, the VLC gets stuck due to major errors in that AVI file. There are various errors encountered while trying to play a not-so-healthy VLC media file, out of which the most common ones are listed below:
Different actions that tend to corrupt an AVI file:
Fixing AVI index VLC stuck and other AVI errors:
Now that you’ve got a complete overview about symptoms of a corrupt AVI files and the actions that cause corruptions in those files, we shall now look into repairing AVI index VLC stuck and other errors. In order to fix AVI index VLC stuck or other AVI file related errors, you have to make use of this amazing and reliable AVI software to repair AVI video files like Remo Repair AVI tool. This tool effectively performs AVI index VLC stuck repair while retaining the original video quality. Performing AVI index VLC stuck fix is an easy task, thanks to the user friendly interface of Remo Repair AVI tool. Moreover, you can use this software to repair AVI Mac OS X Sierra, El Capitan, Yosemite, Mavericks, Mountain Lion, Snow Leopard, etc., as it is compatible with all versions of Mac OS X.
Steps in fixing AVI index VLC stuck errors using Remo Repair AVI tool:
Step 1: Download and install Remo Repair AVI on your Mac PC and select the drive that contains the corrupt AVI files and hit "Repair".
Figure 1: Browse Corrupt AVI File
Step 2: Once the repair process is complete, you can play a portion of the fixed AVI file using "Preview repaired file" option.
Figure 2: Preview AVI Video
Step 3: Save the recovered AVI video file to any desired location using "Save repaired file" option.
Figure 3: Save Repaired AVI File