Remo Repair AVI for Mac

Remo Repair AVI for Mac 1.0.0.1

Use Remo Repair AVI software to overcome AVI, XVID and DIVX file corruption issue

Use Remo Repair AVI software to overcome AVI, XVID and DIVX file corruption issue

Make use of this wonderful repair software called Remo Repair AVI to mend AVI, XVID and DIVX files stored on any storage media like hard disk, external hard disk, pen drives, cell phones, DSLR cameras and so on. One can easily use this application to eliminate AVI, XVID or even DIVX video corruption due to malware infection, transfer error, codec issues, etc. You can overcome error messages such as, “the document could not be opened. a required codec isn't available”; “the document .avi could not be opened. the movie is not in a format that quicktime player understands”; and many more using this utility. The application also supports fixing of AVI videos that are not playable on any media players like QuickTime, VLC and many others.

Furthermore the tool works on read only mode, which ensures that no damage or changes are made to the original AVI video file while repair process.Free demo version of this tool is also available, which helps users to check the speed and performance of the software before actual purchase.

Remo Repair AVI has very easy to use interface through which anyone can repair AVI, XVID and DIVX file in just few mouse clicks. The tool uses powerful algorithm to transform your unplayable AVI video back to its working condition. Another main advantage which makes users use this application is that the tool facilitates users to play and save the repaired AVI, XVID or DIVX video to their desired destination location.

Adding to this the application easily runs on all Mac OS version such as Mac Snow Leopard (64-bit), Lion (64-bit) and Mountain Lion (64-bit).

Remo Repair AVI for Mac

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Remo Repair AVI for Mac 1.0.0.1

— User reviews — about Remo Repair AVI for Mac

  • ireviewstuff

    by ireviewstuff

    "Requires admin to run, cannot run it without. "

    This app says it requires ADMIN rights to run, which raises alarm bells since why does a system level change need to be ... More.

    reviewed on September 10, 2015