How I Rebuild my Broken AVI

 

Please note that I have deleted the broken AVI so I created a simulation good file of it. But the file is containing really same content so my steps here are really the same.

 

  1. First, identify what type of codec that AVI file is by looking at the header. This is required if the option Video Compressor is set to “Auto-select”. In this case, my type is MSVC. This offset:

 

  1. Create a sample good clip based on that codec. Then open it.

 

  1. Compare both files, Look for the starting offset where characters are same.
    1. The beginning offset:

 

    1. The ending offset:

 

 

 

 

  1. So block those entire same offset.

 

  1. Copy and paste it to the broken AVI.

 

I used ‘Cut’ because I can’t delete those lines with pressing ‘Delete’ or ‘Backspace’.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Then paste.

 

 

  1. Rebuild the file in DivFix.

 

Here the text shows that num. of errors is 0, but actually in my real broken file, there’s one error stating that corrupted file occurs in 1:17 (I have deleted the broken file, so I created a simulation good file of it. But the file is containing really same content so my steps here are really the same.)

1:17 is the end file of my broken AVI, it’s logical: When the lights go out, my last time recording time was 1:17. There’s no doubt there’s errors in the rendered frames on that second because the rendering isn’t complete and the lights gone out.