Quick Solution to Fix H264 MP4 Videos

H264 is an advanced version of video codec which provides high quality videos in relatively low bit rate. H264 is mainly used to compress, record and distribute the videos. This codec is supported by MP4 format. But, H264 MP4 is not an exception, it may get corrupted or damaged and make data inaccessible and sometimes refuse to open the file.

Real Time Scenario: I have downloaded some H264 MP4 videos. Among them few of the videos are not at all playing on any media player. I tried many ways, but I was unsuccessful in playing those video files. Can anyone suggest me the best way which makes me successful in repairing H264 MP4 video files?

This problem is not only faced by you, it is encountered by many users while playing videos. But, need not get distracted. Seeing this problem faced by many people our experts thought to find a solution and hence designed software using advanced repairing algorithms named Fix QuickTime File. By using this QuickTime file repair program you can efficiently fix corrupted or damaged H264 video files. This application is tested and it results that it is 100% free from virus.

Reasons behind corruption/damage of H264 MP4 video file:

  • Header Corruption: Header file is a vital component of any video file that contain all vital information regarding the file. If the header file of H264 MP4 video gets damaged or corrupted due to some reasons, then there are possibilities that your video file may not be accessible.

  • Virus Attack: It is one of the most common reasons which leads to the corruption of H264 MOV file due to which you cannot play MOV files in QuickTime player.

  • Codec Issue: While transferring the H264 MP4 video files from one system to another, if any interruption occurs like unexpected power failure or immediate termination of player, then it might damage the codec structure leading to broken H264 MP4 video file.

  • Unsupported Media Player: Sometimes, if you are trying to play H264 MP4 video on unsupported media player, then there is a great possibility that it convert the playable H264 MP4 file into bad MP4 files.

If you facing above mentioned scenarios and want to perform H264 MP4 repair, then immediately download the efficient fix quick time file software for mending H264 MP4 video in just few simple clicks.

Accountable features of QuickTtime repair Software:

Quick time repair software is one of most demanded tool in present market that can easily perform h264 mp4 repair that is corrupted or damaged due to any reason. It can effectively fix .mov file not found error, MOV cannot play error and many more on advanced versions of both Windows and Mac Operating System such as Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Mac OS X 10.5 and more. This application has user friendly interface so that even a novice user can mend H264 MP4 videos without any difficulty. It is read only software i.e. it just scans the source file and generates a new healthy one without modifying the original content.

You can make use of demo version of the product which is available free of cost and know how to fix h264 mp4 video files with steps and screen shots. You can even preview the repaired files and analyze the performance of the tool. If you are OK with Output, then you can purchase the licensed version and save the fixed files.

Few simple steps to fix H264 MP4 videos:


Step 1: Download and install the demo version of Fix QuickTime file software and launch the application.

H264 MP4 Repair - Main Screen

Fig 1: Main Screen

Step 2: From the main window, select the corrupted H264 MP4 file and click on “Repair” button.

Repair H264 MP4 - Browse Screen

Fig 2: Browse Screen

Step 3: Wait until this software repairs corrupted or damaged video file.

Fix H264 MP4 - Repair Progress Screen

Fig 3: Repair Progress Screen

Step 4: After that, repaired H264 MP4 file will be generated with all the details.

Mend H264 MP4 - Preview Option

Fig 4: Preview Option

Step 5: Save fixed H264 MP4 file to the desired destination location.

Repairing MP4 File - Save Screen

Fig 5:Save Screen