Wold not repair a large corrupted divx file.
I had a folder with 2 avi files and one divx file in it, the divx f... MoreWold not repair a large corrupted divx file.
I had a folder with 2 avi files and one divx file in it, the divx file being corrupted. The gui of DivXRepair, upon browsing to that folder, "saw" one of the avi files, but not the other, at first. After opening and closing DivXRepair several times, it eventually started "seeing" both avi files, but it never did "see" the divx file. However, typing the exact file name (filename.divx) into the "open" window after browsing to the proper folder allows it to seemingly load the file. However, it did not do anything to the file in question, so I have no idea whether it will repair anything or not. It didn't repair that one, and I've never had a corrupted avi or divx file other than that one to test it on. On the ratings that have to be filled in for a review, I cannot give any rating to things such as stability. I've only used it (or tried to use it) on this one occasion, so there's no way I can give it a decent numerical evaluation. I tested it on the avi files, but it showed that they weren't corrupted, which is certainly true, since they are perfect. What you do is browse to the folder with your files in it, select the file from the list that's populated in the "open" window, then select the file in the DivXRepair gui, then click repair. It then comes up with a bad frame list. It might be, in this case, that the file is too large for the program: it was a 1.34 gb file, almost 4 hours long, I had downloaded on March 10, 2010. The sound was good but the video was completely corrupted.
Pros: Program is simple