Shooting videos on DSLRs are just amazing but one thing that is new for the user is shooting on SD and CF card instead of miniDV tapes. It seems that if you are recording and your camera battery dies or you press the power button accidentally before you stop the recording then the file, which was being written into the memory card might finish writing properly.
This issue has been taken place on the Canon 60D, 7D and 5D MK2. And it is sure that it happens to other DSLR models too, probably even the C300.
You will have a file that is sized if you are lucky but unable to open it on the computer or see it on your camera. Most of the time if you open it with a video converter or video editor then you will be able to resave or open it. However, most of the time it might not work.
How To Repair corrupted DSLR footage on a MAC using Third Party Tool
Making use of third party tool, you can repair this issue. You can solve this issue by using Video Repair Tool very easily. This tool is specifically designed in order to repair and recover a video file very effectively. This repair tool consists of dynamic features and simple framework. The advance algorithm used helps you to scan each and every corner of the video and also make a separate copy of the same file for repairing and recovering all its attributes. This tool is capable of fixing corrupt video files recorded by a different brand of camera including Olympus, Sony, Kodak, Samsung, Panasonic, etc.
Steps to Repair Corrupted DSLR Footage on a MAC
Using the steps mentioned below you will be able to repair all corrupted DSLR footage on a MAC.
Step 1: Download and Install Video Repair Tool. Click on “Repair Video” to repair corrupt videos.
Step 2: Now click ‘+‘ or ‘–‘ in order to add or remove files.
Step 3: Click button to launch ‘Preview‘ of corrupt Video before repair.
Step 4: Video files are being repaired.
In this way, you can easily repair corrupted DSLR footage on a MAC with an ease.