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Corrupted Dashcam (.MOV) File

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#1 ViridianScourge


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Posted 11 August 2016 - 04:54 PM

Hey guys,


I need to pull a video off my dash cam for a report. It seems every other file on my card is corrupt. I've since fixed the issue be reformatting the SD card, but I need to see if I can repair the file.


I've already tried opening in VLC (It freezes)

and converting in VLC (BSODs my computer by eating up resources)

I've tried VirtualDub with the MOV plugin (Says cannot parse)

And also a few other miscellaneous software packages (Any Video Converter, DAV Converter)


I HAVE had a breakthrough using Grau video repair (http://grauonline.de/cms2/) that makes me think the file is NOT lost forever. However, the audio clicks in and out every second. The video is fine (and unfortunately the audio is just as important in the case).


I do have VideoStudio, so even if I were to find a way to salvage just the audio, I could stitch it together with the working video.


Any help would be greatly appreciated, would be happy to provide more info if needed.

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