QuickTime Video Won't Play Sound

Does your QuickTime player fail to play sound? You can try fixing this issue by installing the missing codec, verifying the system condition (including speakers). If nothing works Remo Repair MOV will help to fix QuickTime videos that doesn't play sound. Download Now!!

QuickTime is the multimedia (audio and video) player widely used on Mac machines. It supports numerous media formats like MOV, MP4, MV4, AVI etc. But, sometimes QuickTime show different issues and also, it may not play your video files. Even if it plays, you may notice some audio video issues.

Among all, the typical problem you might have experienced in QuickTime is it doesn’t give any sound during playback. Generally, this problem crops up if the video, which you are trying to play is encoded in a format that QuickTime cannot read. And, probable solution for this would be to check if your QuickTime installation has decoded all the video files.

Similarly, there exist several different reasons like faulty speakers, glitches in system sound (driver issues), update errors, corrupted video file etc. that could result in QuickTime no sound issue. So, try this troubleshooting in order solve no sound issue of your QuickTime application.

1: Check system speakers and drivers


Ensure that you have latest sound drivers required to play your media files. Also, check speakers of your system. Try to play your videos using different media player and check, if the sound is audible. Once, you verified that your system driver, speakers are not having any issue then jump to next technique.

2: No sound after QuickTime update


If QuickTime doesn’t play any sound after the update then, it seems the old installation files are still being referenced by the QuickTime application. This leads to poor file interpretation, hence no sound. So, follow these steps to solve the problem.

  • Launch QuickTime and go to Edit menu
  • Select Preferences, then QuickTime Preferences
  • Click on Audio and select Safe mode (waveOut only) option
  • Apply the changes and close QuickTime
  • Re-launch QuickTime and play your video file again

3: No sound when playing particular video clip


In case, you are experiencing no sound problem particularly with specific video files then it seems those files are corrupted. Hence, your QuickTime application is failing to output its audio. So, what should be done to fix this problem? Well, here is the answer. Try Remo MOV Repair Tool.

But, why Remo? Here is the answer.

Remo MOV Video Repair tool easily fixes your corrupted QuickTime files, which fails to play sound frames and make them playable again. The corrupted MOV file can be created using iPhone, camera, smartphone or any other gadget, the application works with all. The software repairs your MOV videos in quicker mode. Not only MOV files, this MOV repair tool can also repair your MP4 videos that are corrupted due to any cause.

Remo Repair MOV is a read-only program thus, it never damages your original file during the repair process. It simply repairs broken QuickTime MOV and MP4 files by extracting the audio and video streams of the source file, duplicates it on a new container, separates them and works on it. When it fixes all the issues on both the streams, it joins them to create a healthy playable video. This utility can even fix your large and severely corrupted MOV and MP4 files that refuse to play on any media players. It supports all storage types and almost, all OS X versions. You don’t have to worry if your video format is AVI, DIVX or XVID as Remo offers an easy way even to fix corrupted AVI, DIVX and XVID file formats. And, it is assured that you will not face any difficulty in repairing your video file as the software offers a simple interface and excellent technical assistance, to guide you.

So, why delay? Get started and make your video playable with the help of Remo.

Procedure to fix corrupted QuickTime videos:

  • Get Remo Repair MOV software on your computer
  • Launch it and select a healthy file for reference along with the corrupted video
  • Hit the Repair button
  • Preview the repaired video
  • Save the file on any healthy drive (not in the same location)