Fix MP4 no Supported Tracks Found

“I just copied some video files (which are in .mp4 file format) from my external hard disk drive to my Windows based PC and they all were copied with no hassle. And later on I erased those files from the external HDD. The issue arises when I go to play the MP4 files I have to force shut the video player repeatedly as I get an error note saying "no supported tracks found". Those videos were playing normally before though. Is there any tool available to fix this error? It’d be helpful.”

MP4 files going bad:

Similar to the above mentioned real-time scenario, one might have stored his favorite videos and movies on a Windows PC and all of a sudden, he finds out that those files are no longer accessible or are corrupt. You have absolutely no idea as to what could be the reason behind this issue to happen. So how to get it fixed? Read on to learn what could be the causes that are likely to damage / corrupt a MP4 video file, and how to perform MP4 file repair reliably.

Known symptoms of MP4 file corruption:

Below are a few aspects mentioned, which if faced while running or trying to play a MP4 video file on a Windows based PC, can safely be concluded that the movie file is corrupt and you will have to perform MP4 file repair Mac to get those files playing again.

  • The movie flow of the video file is tacky or it is pixelated
  • The MP4 video says an error stating “no supported tracks found” and so on
  • The video has audio video out of sync errors while in playback
  • The movie shows nothing but a blank screen when it is played
  • The MP4 file is refusing to be moved or transported from one device to another
  • The video codecs of the MP4 file are missing resulting in the video play to be undesirable
  • The MP4 video file is playing well on a computer but has errors while being played on another source such as a TV or mobile phone

In all Windows running systems, the default media player is designed to support .mp4, .mov and all other major media file formats with no hassle. But sometimes the Windows media player plays the MP4 file without any trouble and sometimes it gets stuck. In such cases, you can try playing the video file using other reliable media player such as the VLC. If the problem still continues to persist, you will have to fix mp4 no supported tracks found error using a trusted media repair application. Follow the below mentioned in-detail procedure to fix errors MP4 video files in Windows by making use of Remo Repair MOV.

Fixing MP4 no supported tracks found error using Remo Repair MOV:

To be able to get fix mp4 no supported tracks found error and get the video file back to work, the highly recommended tool is to perform this task is Remo Repair MOV software. This software is capable of resolving almost all issues of a corrupt or damaged MP4 file with high effectiveness. Follow the link in order to repair AVI video files using our products.

Steps to repair MP4 no supported tracks found error using Remo Repair MOV:

Step 1: Install Remo Repair MOV on your Windows system and launch the software. Browse the MP4 video file and click on "Repair".

Fix MP4 No Supported Tracks Found - Main Screen

Figure 1: Main Screen

Step 2: The repair process is intiated and the process may take a while to complete.

Repair MP4 No Supported Tracks Found - Progress

Figure 2: Repair Process

Step 3: Preview the fixed MP4 by playing a portion of the video file using "Preview" option.

Repairing MP4 No Supported Tracks Found - Preview

Figure 3: Preview Video

Step 4: Save it to any desired location using "Save" option.

Fixing MP4 No Supported Tracks Found - Save File

Figure 4: Save Repaired MP4 File