Stellar Video Repair tool is a software that can fix or repair corrupted, broken or unplayable video files. Here are the details.

Losing data because of video getting corrupted is never a fun time. Whether it’s a home video showing your kids when they were young or a business video ready to be played to an audience, having that video go missing can be catastrophic.

Thankfully, there might be a way to get it back – Stellar Video Repair Tool.

Designed to repair corrupted, broken, and unplayable video files this software can deal with more than 17 different video formats, including those that are designed for VR and more.

  • Repairs high quality 4K/ 8K/ 12K, HD, UHD, Full HD, H.265, HEVC, 360, VR videos.
  • Supports popular MP4, MOV, AVI, MKV, AVCHD, MJPEG, WEBM, ASF, WMV, FLV, DIVX, MPEG, MTS, M4V, 3G2, 3GP, and F4V file formats.

The software is even compatible with macOS and Windows, meaning you have a chance to get your video back regardless of what computer you’re using.

Repair corrupt, broken or damaged videos by using this advanced video repair software. It can repair video files that got corrupt while shooting, transferring, editing, or conversion process.

  • Fixes stuttering, flickering, blurry & other video problems
  • Repairs severely corrupted video files by using sample files
  • Previews repaired videos before saving

HOW IT WORKS?

Designed to work on videos recorded by any camera. this software could be a lifesaver for the budding YouTuber, for example. It’ll also work just fine on video recorded by a CCTV, drone, or phone. If it can record video, it can have its videos saved by this software.

As if that wasn’t enough, Stellar Video Repair Tool is available for free as a test, giving you the chance to see whether the software can do what you need it to before you buy. Why not give it a whirl right now by heading over to the download page here?

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