Videos Lost Due to Not Terminating Video Recording Before Turning Off
"I've lost a few potentially good videos in my early drone days due to forgetting to turn off the video before powering off the drone. When I've done that I get a load of data, but the message "Can't play the media file". I would have thought that with so much data there must be a way to make the data I have playable. Any suggestions?
In the old days when some computer data was 'unplayable', I was able to rescue it in those days with a marvelous program called "X-Copy". Anybody remember that?"
Videos are widely used for almost all purposes. Capturing once in a lifetime moment, recording wedding videos, recording lectures for some task, you can record anything to make it unforgettable.
Now, what if any of your important videos get lost? If you are hopeless about your lost video and are looking for means to recover it, this article is for you!
Will the Video Being Saved If the Battery Drains Out
Yes. If the battery drains out while recording, the camera will automatically stop recording and then turn off the battery, with the recorded video being saved. If the memory card runs out while recording, and the camera is not in Loop mode, it will automatically stop recording, with the recorded video being saved. However, if you pull out the battery or the battery powers off abnormally while recording, the recorded video will not be saved.
Thus, if your camera, Android phone, or iPhone died while recording videos, don't panic. You can charge your devices and start the device. The recordings will be saved in the Recent File folder or the Autosave folder. Take EaseUS RecExperts for example, you can find the folder under the Settings option. Then, you can open the lost recordings.
Recover/Repair Videos When Power Off Before Stopping Recording
Usually, your devices can save your videos automatically even you forget to stop the recording. But this file may display This can also happen if you forget to stop recording and switch your bird off. It's a bummer when you realize you've lost that footage forever.
To make the video playable, you need EaseUS Fixo Video Repair. It's hard when it comes to selecting video repair tools. Most of them can bring other problems, such as non-synced audio and video. EaseUS Fixo can completely recover and repair lost files, pictures, documents, videos, and more.
- Repair corrupted MP4/MOV files, JPEG/JPG files
- Repair corrupted Excel 2013 or Word document for various reasons
- Repair damaged files from PC, laptop, external hard drive, SD card, USB flash drive, etc.
Download EaseUS video repair tool and read the following step-by-step guide to repair your corrupted videos.
Step 1. Open Fixo on your local PC. Click "Video Repair" and add the corrupted MP4/MOV/AVI/MKV/3GP/FLV/MKV/WMV video files by clicking "Add Videos".
Step 2. Move the pointer to a video and click the "Repair" button to start the single video repairing process. If you want to repair all the videos, click "Repair All".
Step 3. Wait a few minutes, and the corrupted videos will be repaired. Click the play icon to preview the videos. You can save a single video by clicking the "Save" button next to the play icon. If you want to save all the repaired videos, choose "Save All".
Step 4. If the quick repair fails, you should utilize the advanced repair mode. Click "Advanced Repair" and add a sample video. Choose "Confirm" to ensure.
Step 5. A list of detailed information on corrupted and sample videos will show up. Click "Repair Now" to start the advanced video repair process. When the repair is complete, you can view the videos and click the "Save" button to save the repaired video files to an appropriate destination.
Although you can recover video files when power off before stopping recording, it's always great to be aware of the common tricks you can use to prevent video corruption.
- Don't let the video player shut down while the video file was still playing.
- Always remember to save your recordings before you power off your device.
- Don't leave your computer or any other device unprotected against virus attacks or malware.
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Updated by Dany
Dany is an editor of EaseUS who lives and works in Chengdu, China. She focuses on writing articles about data recovery on Mac devices and PCs. She is devoted to improving her writing skills and enriching her professional knowledge. Dany also enjoys reading detective novels in her spare time.
Brithny is a technology enthusiast, aiming to make readers' tech lives easy and enjoyable. She loves exploring new technologies and writing technical how-to tips. In her spare time, she loves sharing things about her favorite singer - Taylor Swift on her Facebook or Twitter.
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