Many users are surprised to find that their video files, after being recovered or undeleted by data recovery applications, still do not open or play normally. Videos not playing after recovery are the clear sign of corruption in those video files and it ultimately make the video inaccessible.
Why recovered video files will not play?
All recovery software generally make use of simple file carving techniques to retrieve deleted or lost data from selected storage drive. The Header / Footer carving is the most common file carving technique which restores data by recognizing the beginning of a file using a pattern or signature assuming that file is stored in a single piece without fragmentation. This rarely happens, because even though there is a plenty of disk space available, fragmentation often occurs as a side effect of video recording.
Why fragmentation kills recovery?
Fragmented files are split into various pieces where each piece is being stored at a distinct location. It means data is no longer contiguous. As a result, all those fragmented video which is recovered by recovery software will contain alien or unknown data. This will cause the following troubles, from less to more serious:
Quick solution to fix videos not playing after recovery
The only effective way on how to repair recovered video file is by using video repair software. Remo Repair AVI program is the most recommended solution for fixation of videos not playing after recovery.
Why Remo Repair AVI is the right application?
Remo Repair AVI is especially designed to fix corrupted, damaged and inaccessible AVI / XVID / DIVX files that do not play after recovery. It facilitates preview feature to view the portion of repaired video before activating the licensed version. Non-destructive tool, as the toolkit works in read-only mode that just copy the contents of unplayable video file and creates a replica of original video which is playable. Therefore, it never modify or damage the original video file.