Kernel Video Repair supports a large number of video formats to repair (MP4, AVI, MOV, 3FP, FLV, MKV, DIVX, MPEG, WMV, etc.) and the procedure of recovering each type of video file is same. The software can handle any file of any size, repair it, provide a clean preview, and save it at your desired location.

Here is the simple procedure of using Kernel Video Repair tool –

Step 1:

Download and install the Kernel Video Repair. After successful installation, start the software. At the Home Screen, click the Add (+) button.

Click the Add button
Step 2:

Select all such video(s) that are either not playing or showing some error while playing. Click Open

Click the Repair button
Step 3:

When you have selected the files. Click Repair Files.

Repairing the video file
Note: The tool has an advanced feature where it asks for a reference video file if your chosen file is corrupt severely. The reference video file is the video created in the same format and from the same device.
Step 4:

Provide a location where you want to save the repaired file. Click OK.

Get the preview of the video before saving
Step 5:

The repair process starts. You can use the Stop button to cancel the repair process.

Start playing in the video player
Step 6:

Finally, when the tool has repaired the whole videos. The status of the process gets a change to Success. You can click the ‘Save report to CSV’ button to get a report of the repair process.

Browse a location and provide a name to the recovered video
Step 7:

It is the report in the CSV format where the data is shown in various columns.

File saved successfully
Step 8:

When you visit the location of the recovered file, then you will see that there are multiple versions of the same file. Actually, the tool recovers the video and create various versions like different aspect ratio and clarity. So, you can choose whichever file suits your requirements.

File saved successfully