What causes a video file to turn inaccessible?
There are many reasons for a video file to get corrupt and inaccessible depending on the way it was accessed. Some of the most known factors that cause a video file to get unreadable are detailed below:
Here are some methods to try and repair unreadable video files:
Repair unreadable video files by trying these techniques: If the video files that are recorded using a camera or a Smartphone are unreadable, first of all move those files to a healthy computer and try to play them using a suitable media player (preferably VLC media player). If the video file which is inaccessible is on a computer, try playing that file using another suitable media player and if it doesn’t help, try moving the video file to another computer and access it from there. If still the problem persists, you may need a reliable video repair tool in order to address the video file issue and perform unreadable video file fix. One highly recommended video file repair tool for this job is Remo Repair MOV.
Repair unreadable video files using Remo Repair MOV tool:
Remo Repair is an ultimate and extremely powerful video repair tool that helps you in repairing unreadable video files effectively while retaining the file’s original video quality. No matter what’s the cause for file corruption, you can repair unreadable video files and videos that are severely corrupt using this tool. You can also fix unreadable video files, truncated files, audio video out-of-sync errors and much more with the help of Remo Repair software. Perform unreadable video file repair reliably as you can now preview all fixed videos prior to saving them on your drive with this tool’s built-in Preview option. So just start downloading Remo Repair MOV and get your unreadable video files to play.
Step 1: Install Remo Repair MOV on your Windows system and launch the software. Browse the inaccessible video file and click on "Repair".
Figure 1: Main Screen
Step 2: The repair process is intiated and the process may take a while to complete.
Figure 2: Repair Process
Step 3: Preview the fixed video by playing a portion video file using "Preview" option.
Figure 3: Preview Video
Step 4: Save it to any secure location using "Save" option.
Figure 4: Save Recovered Video