Recently you edited one of your DivX video file using some video editing tool. Now, when you try to play this video on VLC media player, the video didn’t play. So you will try playing it on other media players. But the file refuses to play on this player too. What could have gone wrong with DivX file?
In such cases just check if the correct codec is installed, then the file should play on any of the media players. But if .divx file still refuses to play and only displays error messages, then it indicates that the header of DivX file is corrupted and needs to be fixed. If the header of the video is damaged, then the file becomes unplayable. Some of the causes for DivX header corruption are –
So when header of DivX file is damaged, the video cannot be played on any media player. Does this mean your favorite video is of no use now? No, DivX file header can be repaired easily by Remo Repair AVI software. The tool fixes the corrupted header of DivX video and makes it playable in just a short span of time.
Fix DivX Header using Remo Repair AVI:
Remo AVI Repair software works on read-only mechanism and your original DivX file is not altered further. It extracts the audio video streams from the damaged .divx file, fixes them and rejoins them to create a new healthy DivX video. After repairing video file, the clip can be played on any media player on Windows or Mac OS, including Mac El Capitan, Mac Yosemite, Windows 10, Windows 8, and other versions.
Remo AVI Repair program fixes DivX file stored on flash memory cards, external USB drives, hard disks, and other storage mediums. In addition, the software also repairs XVID and AVI files which are not opening, freezing while playing, has bad frames, and not playing on any media player.