QuickTime media player supports various media formats, and it is one of the widely used media players for playing MOV, MP4, M4V, and so on. However, sometimes, issues crop up while playing video files on QuickTime player. For instance, many users come across a situation where MOV file fails to play on QuickTime. Even if it plays, there is no sound during playback. There’s no point in watching a video with no sound, right?
Well, usually the cause for this problem is if the video is encoded in a format that QuickTime is unable to read. You need to check if QuickTime installation has decoded the videos. Also, there are other reasons like update errors, faulty speakers, MOV file corruption, and so on which leads to QuickTime MOV no sound problem. So here you go; try out these fixes to resolve sound issues in MOV file –
1) Check drivers, system speakers
Check the speakers of your system. Are they working fine? Also, make sure you have the latest sound drivers to play media files. Try playing MOV files on various media players, and see if the sound is proper.
2) QuickTime Update Fix
If the MOV file is not playing sound even after update, then the problem could be QuickTime still referencing old installation files. You can solve this problem by following the steps mentioned below:
If these methods didn’t work out, then the problem could be more serious. Moreover, if you are experiencing no sound issue with only one MOV file, then it means that the MOV file could be corrupted. Due to this, QuickTime would be failing to output its audio. So how to fix the issue? The answer is simple. With Remo Repair MOV software for Mac and Windows. Why this tool, you may ask. Read on to know….
Remo Repair MOV tool will fix corrupted QuickTime MOV file which is not playing sound, in a safe and easy way. The application efficiently repairs corrupt .mov video while retaining its original video quality. Not only MOV files, even MP4 videos which are damaged, broken, or unplayable due to any cause can be fixed with this software. The software also fixes QuickTime MOV file black screen error, audio video sync issues, MOV file error 2048, and other error messages on all the versions of Mac and Windows OS, as it is available in Windows and Mac versions separately.
Step 1: Download and install Remo Repair MOV software on your Windows system. Launch the tool. Browse for a healthy MOV file as a reference, followed by the corrupt MOV file to be repaired, and then click on "Repair".
Figure 1: Main Screen
Step 2: The repair process is initiated, and you can view the progress in the progress bar
Figure 2: Repair Process
Step 3: Preview the fixed MOV file using "Preview" option
Figure 3: Preview Video
Step 4: Save the file to any location using "Save" option
Figure 4: Save Repaired MOV