“Hi, I have a precious collection of almost 3 GB of video files on my MAC computer. Most of these files are of .mov file format. Yesterday, I downloaded a new media player as it seems quite reliable. I just opened a MOV file using that media player. Unfortunately, the newly installed media player doesn't suppport MOV file. So, I uninstalled that tool completely on my computer and tried to open that video file in VLC media player which was present on my computer from earlier time.
I don’t know what just happened. Even, VLC media player is not opening/supporting MOV file which I tried on the uninstalled player. Probably, that file might have been corrupted as I tried to plat it on unsupproted media player. I have heard about tools that are capable of performing MOV file repair Mac. Can anybody tell me how to repair Mac MOV files without involving any complex procedures?”
Well, many of you might have faced video corruption issues
associated with several video file formats such as MP4, MOV, AVI, etc. An
MOV file is one of the file formats which is more likely to get corrupted
due to several errors irrespective of the operating system platform that
you are using. Although, a Mac computer is said to have implemented certain
security measures for file protection, no one can neglect the chances of
file corruption whether it is an MOV file or MP4 file.
But don’t worry, the process of repairing MAC MOV file is no longer an impossible task. MOV File Repair is the name of a tool which is targeted towards MOV file repair Mac. By the help of this tool, you can fix Mac MOV files that are corrupted due to numerous errors in which some are described below.
- Codec Issues: MOV files which are encoded with certain codecs require the support of those particular codecs on your media players. Say for example, to play and Xvid encoded file, you have to download and install Xvid codec for your media player. If required codecs are not present, some media players may corrupt those MOV files.
- Unreliable Media Players: The use of some freely available suspicious media players to play MOV files on Mac computers may damage such files in some situations.
- Sudden Power Surge: You may have encountered this situation several times. Improper system shutdown that happens during playback an MOV file on Mac computer may corrupt that file.
- Other Issues: There are many other reasons accountable for MOV corruption on Mac like errors during re-installation of Mac operating system, media player crash due to limited memory, system errors, etc.
Features of MOV File Repair Tool
- This utility has the capability to fix MOV files on different Mac computers like iMac, MacBook Air, MacBook Pro etc.
- You can perform HD MOV repair on Mac operating systems without any loss in video quality.
- One can use this tool for Mac MOV file repair on the latest Mac versions like Mac OS X Leopard, Mac OS X Yosemite, Mac OS X Mountain Lion, etc.
- MOV file repair Mac can be accomplished within a few simple steps with the help of this software. It has a simple yet powerful Graphical User Interface that assists the users to perform the file repair effortlessly.
- Using this tool, you can preview the repaired MOV file before saving them to a secure location.
- You can repair movie files of very large size on Mac computers with the help of this tool.
- This software supports different video codec such as AVC1, MJPEG and MP4V. Along with that, it supports various audio codecs like RAW, MP4A, SOWT, etc.
- You can repair an MOV files on Mac which got corrupt by the use of unreliable recovery software for recovering that deleted MOV file.
Steps to Perform MOV File Repair on Mac
Step 1: Download and install the software on your Mac computer. Browse for the corrupted MOV file and make a healthy movie file as a reference then click on “Repair” button as shown in Figure 1.
Figure 1: Home Screen
Step 2: Repari process will starts now. Once it is over, you can preview the repaired file data.
Figure 2: Repair Procress
Step 3: By purchasing the software, you can save the repaired MOV file into a secure location.
Figure 3: Save File