Free ways to fix GoPro Studio unable to play file MP4
“Hi, I have been trying to edit MP4 files that I recorded on the GoPro Here 3 Black Edition and keep receiving the error saying Unable to play the file. The file may be corrupted or in an unsupported format. Anyone know how to fix this issue? Please help.”
GoPro Studio application is available for both Mac and Windows platforms for free to create high definition videos. However, when adding MP4, MOV or any other video files into GoPro Studio, many user encounter unexpected errors like “Unable to play file” as mentioned in the above case. If you are one among those users who experience such problem, then professional GoPro video file repair from REMO is here that automatically fixes the issue and make the video playable again.
Remo Repair MOV is one of the best result-oriented tools which is specifically designed for repairing corrupted GoPro file on Mac OS X. It’s advanced repairing technique repairs GoPro unable to play file corrupted error and make it playable in a hassle free manner. With the help of this utility, MOV and MP4 videos that are corrupted, damaged, broken or truncated due to any unknown reasons will be fixed with utmost ease.
Key features of Remo Repair MOV tool
Other scenarios where Remo Repair MOV comes handy:
GoPro video files might get damaged and pops-up unexpected errors due to plenty of reasons. Some of the common cause for GoPro unable to play file corrupted are listed below:
To fix GoPro Studio unable to play file MP4, you need to download and install the demo edition of Remo Repair MOV for free. Next, run the software and follow below guide:
Step 1: Launch Remo Repair MOV and select GoPro unable to play file corrupted using “Open” option, then click on “Repair” button to fix GoPro Studio unable to play file MP4 issue.
Step 2: The tool quickly and automatically fixes all the issues in the selected GoPro video which you can see via the progress bar.
Step 3: Click “Preview Repaired File” to view the portion of repaired GoPro video and save the fixed video by clicking “Save Repaired File” button.