If you are a DJI Phantom user and you accidentally switched it off before exiting the ongoing video recording, there are chances that you will end up with a corrupted video file which is unplayable.
The official suggested method in the user manual for video recovery is to turn the Phantom back on, with micro SD card still inserted in the camera. After about 30 seconds, the video file will be restored.
Unfortunately, this method does not always work. You will still be left with a corrupted file. Use Remo MOV Video Repair software, to successfully repair such corrupted DJI Phantom .mov and .mp4 files. This tool comes separately for Windows and Mac, so download Remo Repair MOV tool on your Windows PC or Mac where you want to repair corrupted MOV video file.
First and foremost, make sure that you have a healthy video file taken from same quadcopter for reference. Follow these steps that will fetch a fully repaired – playable video file (Please click on the images to view it properly)
Step 1: Launch Remo Repair MOV on your Windows PC or Mac
Note: This healthy video file must be taken from the same DJI Phantom camera from where the corrupted file is.
Warning: Make sure this file is the original corrupted file that you intend to repair, not the one which you processed through any other repairing tool.