Users may not play the video properly when something goes wrong and video is damaged or corrupted. XVID videos are not an exception. In fact, it is quite possible to encounter a situation where XVID video refuses to play on Windows Media Player or any other players.
“Hi, I transferred some recorded video files which are in XVID format from my digital camcorder to my Windows 10 PC. When I am trying to play those XVID video files, it pops up an error message saying “the file not supported”. Any help on how to fix XVID file not supported issue? Thanks in advance.”
Don’t panic. If you are dealing with such erroneous XVID file and need to play it, then make use of Remo Repair AVI software. In fact, repairing XVID movie file is extremely easy when you use the right video repair tool.
Safe solution to fix XVID file not supported - Remo Repair AVI
Remo Repair AVI program effectively fixes XVID file not supported or codec errors and make the video playable in just a few simple steps. It is designed with an easy-to-use tool that even a non-technical user will get to know how to fix XVID codec error on Windows and Mac platforms. The software works in read-only mode which just extracts content from unplayable XVID file and repairs both audio-video streams individually. Later, it adjoins both the streams together to render a healthy playable video. Therefore, the erroneous XVID file is not damaged further.
Other advantages of using Remo Repair AVI software
In addition to XVID video file, the software repairs AVI and DIVX files that are severely corrupted, damaged, broken or not playing on any players. The repaired video can be played on all latest versions of Windows and Mac operating system.
Free download the trial edition of Remo Repair AVI tool for Windows and install it on your computer. After installing the software, you need to run the tool and carefully follow the below explained guide to fix XVID file not supported problem.
Step 1: Launch Remo Repair AVI and select the XVID video showing file not supported error using “Browse” option, then click on “Repair” button to effectively fix XVID file not supported error.
Step 2: The software automatically starts repairing the errors in the selected XVID video which you can view by looking at the progress bar.
Step 3: Once the XVID file is fixed, click “Preview” to view the repaired video and click “Save” button to save the healthy playable video back to your system.