How Do I Repair Corrupt MTS Video Files

Hey, I am a photographer and just returned from traveling. And I was there to make a documentary. To better capture the original image and what is closest to the naked eye, all the videos are MTS files. They were intact when I checked them on my camera, but when I checked them on my PC, they were corrupt. Is there any way to fix them? I am desperate for help.

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Finley· Answered on Jan 05, 2024

I guess you are using Sony or Panasonic cameras to record videos, for they primarily record MTS files. Incidents like virus infection and operating system issues may cause your videos to corrupt. You can repair corrupted videos with some professional video repair tools.

EaseUS Fixo Video Repair is a good choice. It is an all-in-one solution that helps you repair corrupted videos within a few clicks.

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Here are the detailed steps you need to follow to repair corrupted files:

  • Click the download button above or visit the official website to install the tool.
  • Go to "Video Repair" > "Add Videos" to upload your corrupted video files.
  • Click "Repair" to repair one specific video. If you want to repair all videos added, click "Repair All".
  • Click "Save All" to save all the repaired videos to a safer location.

If the quick repair fails, you can utilize advanced repair of this software to fix your damaged video better - uploading a video that is taken with the same device and with a similar size.

If your repaired video still cannot be played, you can try playing it with another video player, like the VLC media player. Or, try converting its format to one of these most seen ones, like MP4 or MOV. 

If both methods fail, you may consider changing your video player. Updating the player and drivers or installing missing codecs can also be workable. 

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