You have many important video files stored on gadgets such as computers, mobile phones, iPods, video players, etc. and you often feel that these video files are completely secured. The files would be working fine till yesterday but all of a sudden your video clips starts to show problem like audio – video synchronization issue. (That is the actual video of the file doesn’t match with its audio content). Synchronization of audio and video of a file can be quite frustrating. Usually such problems occur due to severe video corruption and damage. Fortunately, there are ways to get around these problems and that is with the help of Remo Repair Software. Before heading towards the repair procedure, let us all know a few events due to which your video file gets damaged.
Remo Repair is an all in one repair utility that helps you to fix file with damaged audio video in a very easy and efficient way. The tool works by repairing the file and joining audio video track of the video file separately in just few minutes. In addition, the tool supports fixing of major video file with audio video sync issue such as AVI, XVID and DIVX. More to this, the software easily repairs severely corrupt, damaged, broken and incomplete video files on computers running on all latest version of Windows operating system such as Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista and Windows XP.
Step 1: Download Remo Repair software from the main site. Install the application to your personal desktop / laptop computer. Run the installed software and follow the main screen steps. Choose the damaged video file which is to be repaired. Click on “Repair” button to initiate the repair process.
Image 1: Main Window
Step 2: The software scans the selected file, sector by sector and starts fixing the file.
Image 2: Repairing Progress
Step 3: After repair completion, the application displays your repaired video file description. The program also allows you to preview the repaired file before saving.
Figure C: Preview Repaired File
Step 4: Finally, save your repaired video to your desired destination location.
Figure D: Save Repaired File