Tool to Repair Corrupted iMovie Video File
Are you worried about your corrupted iMovie file in iMovie library of your Mac computer and searching for a solution to fix the issues? If yes, then stop worrying, as here is an excellent solution for you to repair corrupted iMovie video file. Repair Damaged MOV File software is an excellent video file repair tool, which can easily fix damaged iMovie video file in few easy steps within no time. It is strong and most trustworthy tool, which can repair MP4 and MOV files of any size. This tool provides complete automated repair process to repair corrupted iMovie video file and make it a healthy playable video file.
Before going to know how to repair corrupted iMovie video on Mac, let us discuss some scenarios, where you might come across iMovie video file corruption.
While playing iMovie file on your Mac system, if Mac your system shutdowns abruptly due to sudden power outage, then the chance of your iMovie file getting corrupt will be quite higher. In such a scenario, you can easily resolve this issue with the assistance of Repair Damaged MOV File software in few mouse clicks.
Round tripping is the most common reason behind your iMovie file corruption. Repeatedly converting your MOV file format to other video file format such as AVI, MP4 or MKV, may lead to the corruption of your iMovie video file. Your video player of Mac system cannot play such a corrupted video file.
iMovie file header corruption is one more reason behind iMovie video file corruption. This iMovie file header contains information such as file name, file size, file type, date of creation of file, etc. When this iMovie file header gets corrupt due to any reason, then your iMovie video file gets corrupt. iMovie file header gets corrupt due to sudden shutdown of the system, while playing iMovie video file.
Sometimes, your camcorder or digital camera contains faulty firmware. If you record MOV video from such a faulty firmware, then you may get corrupted MOV file as output. When you try to play such a corrupted MOV file on any mainstream media player, it refuses to play such a corrupted video file.
If you come across any of the above-discussed scenarios, then do not become tensed, just remain calm and implement this tool to perform iMovie video file repair in few steps. This tool comes out with simple graphical user interface, so that even if you are a new user, you can easily implement this tool and repair corrupted iMovie video file effortlessly.
About Repair Damaged MOV File software:
This software comes out with automated repair process, which separates audio and video streams, then fixes the issues and later after fixing issues, it adjoins them in order to make a playable iMovie video file format. After repairing corrupted iMovie video files, it permits you to preview all the repaired iMovie video files in the demo version itself, prior to restoration. It is compatible enough to repair corrupted MOV files on Mac OS and Windows operating systems of different versions such as Mavericks, Mountain Lion, Yosemite, Snow Leopard, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows server 2003, Windows 2000, etc.
This tool can effectively repair MOV files stored on any removable storage Medias like external hard drives, pen drives, flash drives, SD cards, SDHC cards, xD cards, CF cards, USB drives and so on. By making use of this award-winning tool, you can easily fix MOV files from JVC camcorder and from other professional DSLR cameras like Kodak, Samsung, Sony, Nikon, Canon, etc. with utmost ease. Using this software, you can easily repair corrupted MP4 file, MOV file, MKV, AVI and other types of video files in risk free way.
Simple steps to Repair Corrupt iMovie video File:
Step 1: Download & installing this repair tool on your Mac computer. Then run this program and select corrupted iMovie video to repair.
Fig 1: Select iMovie File
Step 2: Once you click on "Repair" button, the operation will start and its progress will be shown as below figure.
Fig 2: Repair Process
Step 3: When this operation will be completed, you can preview the repaired iMovie video before saving.
Fig 3: Preview iMovie File