Playing Video Codec Sony a7s3 at 100fps, How to Fix It on macOS Ventura

After upgrading to macOSVentura, all video clips with the video codec of the Sony a7s3 at 100 fps can't play as usual! I only hear the clip with audio, no image. It happens to me in any Apple player, Quictime player, or editing program.

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Brithny· Answered on Jan 04, 2024

How to fix playing video codec Sony a7s3 at 100fps on macOS Ventura? If you have the same question on your Mac after updating to macOS Ventura, don't worry! A temporary fix is to use a handbrake to convert the footage to h265 10bit; use about 200mbit so you will retain quality. It's extremely slow to do so.

Here's an easy way to fix the video playing error: using a video recovery tool like EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard for Mac.

If a video file does not play correctly, it is likely that the video file is corrupted. With the EaseUS Mac video repair tool, you can repair the corrupted video files and make them play as usual. Check out the following steps:

Step 1. Install the EaseUS video recovery software on your Mac, and choose the partition that stores the problematic videos.

Step 2. Click 'Search for the lost files' on the selected partition to view all data on the partition. Or you can use its filter feature to locate the video files.

Step 3. Select the video files you want to repair and click 'Recover'. The EaseUS video recovery software will repair your corrupted videos automatically.

In addition, this easy-to-use software can also fix corrupted mp4 files on Mac after updating. To avoid essential video file loss in the feature, install EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard to protect your data!

Use EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard to recover deleted or lost files easily and quickly.

Tutorials on how to recover lost, deleted, or formatted data from HDD, SSD, USB, SD card, or other storage media on Windows and Mac.