Possibly corrupted KiPro file won't open; what can I do?
by Mark Suszko on Apr 23, 2019 at 2:00:38 pm
I have a 71 gig KiPro recording that seems to be corrupted in some way; I couldn't open it with FCPX, Compressor, Premiere, MPEG Streamclip, or the can-opener of can-openers, VLC. The memory module's been formatted and re-used since then, so this is all I have and of course the reason I'm posting is, the content is irreplaceable and I need it.
With no budget to send the file to some recovery service, can you suggest any free or low-cost tools and techniques to rehabilitate the file? My guess is it is intact but needs "re-wrapping" or a fix in the metadata to make it again recognizable to the edit system. I don't know how to do that. Any help at all is deeply appreciated!
Re: Possibly corrupted KiPro file won't open; what can I do?
by Kevin Christopher on May 5, 2019 at 4:29:52 pm
I have used aeroquartet many times for just this reason. https://aeroquartet.com/
Download their little app and let it do it's thing. They will then build a custom routine to recover it.