Have you been through this situation where your AVI video file refuses to play on your Mac computers on any media player? Sometimes, your video may show up some error messages or freezes while playing on Mac? It is painful because these videos might be of a recent trip, or a memorable event. It also surprises you as other video files play on the media player, but only this particular AVI file is not playing. What could be the reason behind this?
Going by the situation, it is indicated that the AVI file is corrupted. Whenever AVI file gets corrupted, it fails to play and also exhibits other issues. And that is also the reason why it does not play on any media player. There are many circumstances which result in AVI video file corruption. Some of the causes are listed here –
When AVI video file gets corrupted due to these reasons or any other factors stop worrying and know that AVI files that are not playing can be fixed by using Remo Repair AVI software. This tool can fix corrupted AVI file on Mac with ease as this read-only tool, only extracts contents from the damaged .avi file and does not alter the original file. Moreover, it has a user-friendly interface which makes the repair process easy for a new user.
Repair Corrupted AVI Video on Mac using Remo AVI Repair:
Remo AVI Video Repair tool quickly fixes corrupted AVI file on Mac system. The software separates the audio video streams, fixes them simultaneously, and finally rejoins them to create a healthy playable AVI file. The repaired AVI file can be played on any Mac operating system.
Step 1: Download Remo Repair AVI software and install it on your PC / laptop
Step 2: Launch it and click on Browse to select the corrupted AVI file. Next hit on Repair button to start the repair process
Step 3: Once the AVI file is repaired, preview it using Preview option
Step 4: Save the repaired file on any storage media
Supported Mac OS versions: Remo AVI Repair software supports all versions of Mac OS such as Mac Yosemite, Mac Mavericks, Mac Snow Leopard, Mac Lion, and others, including the latest El Capitan.