How to Play MP4 Files on Windows 10?


MP4 files that don't play on Windows 10 media player or showing errors will be fixed and made playable as before in just a few clicks using Remo Repair MOV. Get the free download of the software, repair and preview healthy playable MP4 video file for free!


 
 
Fix MP4 cannot play on Windows 10

Cannot play MP4 on Windows 10? Of course, you cannot! Don't be surprised, because Window Media Player (WMP) on Windows 10 doesn't have native support for MP4 files and it doesn’t come with the required video codecs, thus Windows 10 won’t play MP4 files.

Then, how to play an MP4 file on Windows 10? Well, here are some techniques you can use.

How to Play MP4 Files on Windows 10?


Step 1: Launch Windows Media Player, click on Organize button and select Options. Select Performance and uncheck Turn on DirectX Video Acceleration for WMV files option. Hit OK and Apply changes.

Step 2: Select Tools in Windows Media Player and click on Options. Switch to Player tab, enable Download codecs automatically option. Hit the OK button and Apply changes. Now, try to play the MP4 file. If you are asked to install the codec, click the Install button.

Step 3: Open Control Panel, select Troubleshooting and click on View all. Select Windows Media Player Settings and follow on-screen instructions.

Step 4: If you are playing MP4 file using Windows Movie Maker on Windows 10 then try reinstalling the Movie Maker app.

Step 5: Try third-party video player for Windows, if you still cannot play MP4 on Windows 10. Since most of the third-party video players come with all required video codecs, you can easily play an MP4 file on Windows 10 PC without any issue.

And, if you are looking for a good third-party video player for Windows 10, then the VLC media player is recommended.

Note: If you cannot play the MP4 file in VLC media player, then go to Tools in VLC. Select Preferences, and click on Input/Codecs. Set Hardware-accelerated decoding as Automatic if it is Disabled.

In case, if none of the above solutions help you to play MP4 video on Windows 10 or your media player cannot play only specific MP4 files on Windows 10 then the MP4 video file might have an issue. If MP4 file itself is corrupted or damaged, then Windows 10 cannot play that video file until you repair it.

Here, Remo Repair MOV tool is recommended as it will effectively repair corrupted or damaged MP4 files on Windows 10 PC/laptop and provides you a healthy playable MP4 file in just a few clicks.

Windows 10 Won’t Play MP4: How to Play MP4 on Windows 10 With Remo Repair?

Remo Repair MOV is designed to fix all issues related to MP4 files and make it playable on Windows 10 computer without any trouble. Even though the name suggests this is a MOV repair tool, it will not just repair corrupted MOV file on Windows 10, in fact, it supports MP4 and M4V video formats too.

The software is capable of repairing MP4 videos with various errors like cannot read .mp4 file, the file cannot be opened, movie's file format isn't recognized, unsupported format or damaged file and so on. The read-only mechanism of this application ensures that the original HD video will remain untouched which means the MP4 source file will never be damaged or modified. The tool can also fix broken MOV files in Windows, along with MP4 and M4V file types in Windows operating systems.

Remo Repair MOV program fixes severely corrupt MP4/MOV files safely and quickly. It will repair large sized MP4 files that are stored on various devices like internal hard drive, external hard drive, memory cards, SD cards, flash drive and many more. The MOV repair utility from Remo has a clean and user-friendly interface so that even a novice user can perform unsupported file format MP4 fix on both Mac/Windows platforms with ease. It supports different audio file codecs like RAW, mp4a, sowt as well as video codecs such as mjpeg, avc1, and mp4v.

 
 

How to Play MP4 Files on Windows 10?

Step 1: Launch Remo Repair MOV and select MP4 file that Windows 10 cannot play. Also, choose a healthy MP4 file in the same format as the unplayable MP4 video. Click on the Repair button.

Select MP4 and reference file to repair

Step 2: After the repair process gets completed, click on Preview button to play and verify the repaired MP4 video file.

Preview repaired file

Step 3: Specify a safe location to Save your fixed MP4 file.

Save repaired file

Now, play the repaired MP4 media file using any of the media players you have installed on your Windows 10 PC or laptop.

Note:

  • Don’t use untrusted video converter tools to convert MP4 video files
  • Maintain a proper backup of your important MP4 media files